Celler Escoda Sanahuja Nas del Gegant Rosado 2020
  • Garnacha, Trepat
  • Natural, Organic, Vegan-Friendly
  • Dry
  • Light Bodied
  • 750ml
  • 10% alc./vol

Celler Escoda Sanahuja Nas del Gegant Rosado 2020

Catalonia, Spain
Regular price $38.95per bottle ($467.40per case)
12 bottles per case

Fresh & Light

This is a winery-direct offer. Place your order now and receive your case of wine in early April, 2022.

Joan Ramón Escoda has been shaking the pillars of winemaking in his home-country and abroad since the 90's. He is an absolute anarchist, a radical winemaker, a rock'n'roller and a grass-roots innovator; and his wines are everything but banal.

Joan Ramon doesn't make rosé every year, so we consider ourselves very lucky to have gotten an allocation of his newly released Nas del Gegant Rosado 2020! Made from a blend of Garnatxa and Trepat in equal parts, the hand-harvested grapes macerate on the skins for 2 to 3 days and finish the spontaneous fermentation in stainless steel tanks. Unfiltered, unfined, zero sulphites added.

This is not your average rosé - pretty dark in colour and only with 10% alcohol, this one was only bottled in the beginning of April, and Joan Ramon swears that it is only getting better as time goes by. Intense both in aromas and colour, the Nas del Gegant Rosado is developing beautiful fruity aromas of strawberry and cherry, as well as floral notes. As Joan Ramón would say: a rock and roll rosé to die for!

Fresh and light, this is a rosé to enjoy all year round with anything. 

About the Winery

Celler Escoda-Sanahuja

Joan Ramón Escoda founded Celler Escoda Sanahuja in 1999 along with his wife Mari Carmen in Conca del Barbera, Catalonia. Since then, they have been disrupting the wine industry both in their home-country and internationally.

Celler Escoda Sanahuja was one of the first wineries that, back in 2005 stopped adding sulphites to their wines. Joan Ramon has always been a radical winemaker and a grass-roots innovator. His wild enthusiasm has been fuel for the natural winemaking scene, and has also led him to, spontaneously, create the 'Brutal' movement popular in natural wine circles. These are highly individual wines reflecting their origins and their innovative winemaker.