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Denominations of Origin


Navarra's white asparagus constitute a gastronomic luxury exuding elegance and taste: silky and bright, the genuine fruit of the Ebro River Valley (Navarra, Aragon and Rioja) gardens. They are marketed with the guarantee conferred by their specific denomination, which protects them with that stamp of quality. rosara has been awarded that stamp of quality and certifies that its asparagus are within the specific denomination of Navarra asparagus.


This vegetable is highly appreciated for its characteristic taste and fine texture. This variety of pepper is native of Lodosa but is now grown in nearby townships like Andosilla, Mendavia, Cárcar... etc.

Lodosa Piquillo peppers must come from farms that are registered with the regulating council of the denomination of origin for the Lodosa Piquillo peppers, which monitors the proper preparation of the peppers. They must be roasted with charcoal or coal, they must be hand peeled without washing them with water or any other solution to avoid stifling part of their taste.



The protected geographical indication (PGI) allows for Tudela artichoke to be produced in 33 towns along the Navarre riverside; Rosara is located in one of these (Andosilla).  The Tudela artichoke is the “Blanca de Tudela” (Tudela White) variety and is recognized by its round shape and the dimple on top, as the leaves do not cover the artichoke completely.  Conservas Artesanas Rosara selects the best Tudela artichokes, with their incomparable flavour and tenderness, and prepares them using traditional methods; resulting in a natural, tasty product without the sour lemon taste that most canned artichokes on the market have.




This Protected Geographical Indication covers only dried beans of the species Phaseolus Vulgaris and the traditional variety “Granja Asturiana” (Asturian Farm) produced in the territory of the Autonomous Community of the Principality of Asturias. Asturian beans are large, extremely tender, with a skin you don’t notice and a unique flavour you certainly do. It is a gastronomic delight. Using the best beans, the best chorizo (spicy sausage) and Asturian morcilla (black pudding), Rosara has prepared a traditional bean stew whose authentic and delicious taste will transport you to the beautiful Asturian lands.



 The Designation of Origin (DO) for Torta del Casar covers the cheese produced from raw sheep's milk and vegetable rennet from herds controlled in the area of Cáceres in Extremadura; and specifically within the regions of the Llanos de Cáceres, Sierra de Fuentes and Montánchez. Torta del Casar is a semi-hard cheese, with a very creamy texture. It has lactic and vegetable aromas and an intense, slightly bitter taste due to the use of vegetable rennet. With a cream made from the best Torta del Casar, Rosara has prepared its Torta del Casar cheese mousse, a delight to spread with a designation of origin.


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