One of the questions we are often asked is "is it pronounced Roe Hoe Mo Hoe? Or Roe Hoe Mo Joe"? This is not something we can all agree on. What we can all agree on is that Rojo Mojo is as bold and attractive in the bottle as it is on the outside! A smooth, supple Spanish Tempranillo from La Mancha. Rojo Mojo is a modern wine in every respect, with up front easy drinking fruit flavors and an eye catching label.
The vineyards are located in the La Mancha region. The extreme continental climate of cold winters and very long hot summers in this area gives the grapes their intense flavor. The fermentation is temperature controlled at 21-25°C and takes place in stainless steel tanks for 8-10 days and malolactic fermentation is carried out. Finally the wine is racked off and a cold stabilization carried out for 15 days.
A deep garnet color with ruby hues, Rojo Mojo has aromas of red fruits and cherry. Smooth and round on the palate, with cherry flavors and a long finish. A perfect match to Paella, grilled meats and Mediterranean salads.
Oh, and while there is no right answer to the proper pronunciation, here at Well Oiled Wine we like to call it "Roe Joe Moe Joe".