An Introduction to Trepat Wine

Originally from the Conca de Barbera region of northeastern Spain, this pale red grape is now also grown in the Costers del Segre DO as well. Generally Trepat is used for rosé wines (rosados) and pink Cava, but of late there has been a move toward making light reds with it too. It is also known as Bonicaire further south in Valencia. Trepat varietal wines tend to be pale and lightly structured but full of wild strawberry and raspberry fruit, flowers and hay with a whiff of cinnamon.

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