"The 2016 Rosado from Frontón de Oro is comprised entirely of Listán Negro, but this wine develops its lovely, pale salmon color by twenty-four hours of maceration with the skins prior to racking and pressing. The wine is very, very pretty on the nose, offering up scents of strawberries, blood orange, a dollop of salty soil and a topnote of dried flowers. On the palate the wine is fullish, crisp and juicy, with a good core and just a whisper of attractive backend bitterness that defines so many of the wines of the Canary Islands. This is not the most complex Rosado, but it hits all the right buttons and is very quaffable. 2017-2020."