Varietals: 60% Garnacha, 30% Viura, 10% Tempranillo.
Vineyards: Laderas Obarenes, Najerilla located in Barrio de la Estación, Haro, Rioja Alta. Planted between 1926 and 1986. Muga Rosé, like the other wines from Bodegas Muga, is produced from a blend of trellised and head trained vineyards in the highest altitude zones of Rioja Alta. Farmed completely sustainably and organically, but uncertified.
Soils: Calcareous clay and alluvial.
Winemaking: After macerating for 12 hours, the wine ferments for 15-20 days in small wooden vats at 16-18ºC. The rosé develops complexity during three months of ageing on the lees in the fermentation vessel.