It is undoubtedly one of the great successes when the heat arrives, although there are unconditional followers who do not abandon it even in the cold winter. Yes, we are talking about a rosé wine and today from Barcolobo we tell you the origin of this wine.

Particularities of rosé wine

In a basic way we could say that rosé wine is the intermediate between a red wine and a white wine. And not only the color! In addition to the range of colors that encompasses the entire pink spectrum, rosé is also the point of convergence in taste between red and white. A sensation of freshness with a fruity tone, a mix between the sweetness of the red and the acidity of the white.
The elaboration is also presented in a somewhat different way from the rest of the wines. In this case it is possible, most commonly, to achieve this color thanks to the fermentation without soot, which remains with the must to acquire this characteristic color.

Origin of rosé wine

As for the beginnings of this wine, it can be said that, although at first it was thought to be the first wine ever made, obtained by pressing the grapes after the harvest, the truth is that it was created for the first time in the French region of Provence.

Lacrimae Rerum, Barcolobo’s rosé wine

From the Barcolobo winery we could not leave our customers without enjoying a rosé made with the same care, dedication and passion as the rest of the family. That is why our Lacrimae Rerum is the perfect wine to enjoy this summer.
The rosé of the house is obtained from Tempranillo grapes in its entirety. After a selection and destemming process, the grapes are bled directly into French oak barrels for an alcoholic fermentation at 11ºC (52ºF).

A spectacular pale pink wine, palote, chuche, bright with subtle floral aromas, violet and rose. An elegant wine with good acidity, fresh and refreshing that will leave a pleasant memory in your mouth after tasting.

Undoubtedly, enjoying a good rosé is a pleasure and with Lacrimae Rerum you will not fail. See all the information at