Jumilla-Calatayud-Monstant-Almansa-Castilla y Leon-Rueda-Rias Baixas, Spain

Gil Family Estates has a wide portfolio of Spanish wines with different characteristics and backgrounds. All of them with a common denominator: produced with different indigenous grape varietals, a refined image, and an unbeatable relation between its quality and its price.

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Honoro Vera Rose - Vegan

SKU 625202
Country Spain
Region Jumilla
Type Rose
Varietal Blend - Tempranillo, Syrah
Listing Speculative
Case Config. 12x750ml
Available In BC AB SK


Light salmon colour.


Notes of bright red fruits and other summery fruits.


Refreshing medium-bodied rose with a nicely crisp acidity and very smooth finish. Flavours of red fruits and cherries, strawberries and watermelon.

Food Pairing

Pairs well with all kinds of salads, seafood, pork, chicken or or as an aperitif.

More Info

This rose is a blend of Tempranillo and Syrah. It is made using a combination of direct pressing and the saignee method and vinified in stainless steel tanks. The juice is then allowed to ferment alone at a low temperature (18 to 20°C) to preserve the maximum amount of aroma.


Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate, Sept/2020

2019 -

"The very pale 2019 Honoro Vera Rosado is equal parts Tempranillo and Syrah produced in a commercial and approachable way and with moderate alcohol. It fermented in stainless steel and was bottled unoaked. It is serious but quaffable, straightforward and with simple, clean aromas and flavors. 120,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in February 2020."


Alberta Beverage Awards 2020

2018 -

Judges' Selection


Gismondi on Wine, May/2018

2017 -

"This Jumilla rosado delivers as expected, with punchy, juicy, fruity and spicy watermelon, raspberry and cherry fruits, ample spice and a deeper, shining hue. This is tempranillo based, with a dose of syrah (for spice) and a bump of sugar (for commercial appeal). Thankfully, alcohol is moderate, as is acidity, holding this welcoming for an ice bucket and spicy prawns, or red-pepper grilled pasta/veg."


Alberta Beverage Awards 2018

2017 -

Top Value

90 pts

James Suckling, Jul/2017

2016 -

"Full-bodied Spanish dry rose has been reinvented and this is a good example. With more freshness, it is brighter than these wines used to be a generation ago. Where is the paella? Drink now or in 2018."


Michaela Morris, Westender, Jul/2016

2015 -

"I'll admit that the glitzy label tricked me into thinking this would be sweet. I was pleasantly surprised to be proven wrong. And even though it hails from the sultry reaches of southern Spain, alcohol is kept in check (12.5%). A blend of Tempranillo and Syrah, it possesses lovely nuances of melon, raspberry and wild thyme. Made for grazing on simple tapas."