THE BLOG
26/06/2015 07:38 BST | Updated 25/06/2016 06:59 BST

Wine of the Week: Torres Viña Sol Rosé 2014, Spain

Torres Viña Sol Rosé 2014, Spain

We have gone mad for rosé over the past decade and especially for the very, very pale pink wines that come from Provence in the south east of France. The message has been, the paler the better, some of the lightest rosés being barely more colourful than a typical white wine. This style has had such an impact that now winemakers from all around the world are striving to make their wines in a similarly pale and interesting style.

This one bucks the trend however, and is a lovely, fruit filled rosé from the north east of Spain, not far from Barcelona, made by one of the world's most reliable wine producers, Torres. It's a pink with plenty of colour depth and loads of sweet summer berry fruit, and so offers a nice contrast to the sea of pale, Provence-style rosés crowded onto our wine shelves this summer season. Brimming with flavour and joie de vivre its a lovely way to kick off the summer.

Watch the video for my review of this wine, and for food-matching suggestions. £6.99, Asda, Booths, Majestic, Morrisons, Sainsbury's, Waitrose and more.

Please also join me at wine-pages.com where I've just published my round up of no fewer than 40 rosé wines available right now, and check out my youtube channel at youtube.com/user/winepagesTV or meet up on facebook at facebook.com/tom.cannavan.