Agerre Txakoli Rose

A rose versions of the winery’s white Txakoli (pronounced ‘Tcha-Ko-Lee’ and also seen as  Chacoli).

Txakoli is not a fully sparkling wine but has a natural ‘spritz’. It is traditionally poured from head height into the glass held at waist level – this flamboyant serving aerates the wine and helps add a certain ‘sparkle’. Txakoli is perfect light drinking and, for the Basque people, often accompanies seafood pinchos.

The wine is made entirely by hand in small batches from Hondarribi Beltza grapes, fermented in stainless steel tanks. Native yeasts are used and there is 6 weeks of contact with the lees. The wine is allowed to settle naturally by gravity and is only minimally fined or filtered.


Grape Varieties:
Hondarribi Beltza
Tasting Notes:

A crisp, refreshing wine with a slight effervescence (100% natural, nothing added). Notes of fresh strawberry and red apples.

Excellent with seafood, cured meats and hard cheeses.


About the Producer

Bodegas Agerre

Agerre have been growing grapes in the family owned, single vineyard in Getaria for three generations. Emilio Agerre is the winemaker and currently runs the winery with the help of his wife and son. Annual production is just 12,000 cases.

The Atlantic environment is the perfect habitat for growing the Hondarribi Zuria grapes used to make Txakoli. The soils are sandy loam over gravel and the steepness of the coastal hills allows further good drainage. The vines range from 10-30 years old, and are trained to a height of around 6ft. helping to avoid moisture from the ground and maximise ventilation.


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