The Listan Negro Rosado is a pale shade of pinkish-orange, with brilliant aromas of bitter orange, rhubarb, white cherry, and brine. The palate balances exhilarating acidity with deep concentration, with flavors of brine and orange oil. And while rosé is generally only thought of as being the most terroir-expressive style in a few regions, in the Bermejos Rosado, the seaborne salt and volcanic smoke of Lanzarote is unmistakable. This is the sort of wine you just can't stop drinking, especially outside in the summer heat. While it's delicious now, we've got no doubt it will actually improve over the next handful of years, should you be able to restrain yourself.