The grapes are grown along the Adige Valley, north of Trento. The unique alluvial soil, created by the Adige river, is particularly suited for these grapes, giving a fresh, fruity and young character to this rosé.
The grapes are hand-picked in early September. During the rosé vinification process, the grapes undergo cold maceration for 12 hours, followed by a soft pressing, in order to obtain a partial extraction of color from the berries while retaining freshness of the fruity aromas. Fermentation at controlled temperatures of around 16-18°C follows which preserves the fresh and fruity fragrances. After fermentation, the wine remains on the lees for 4-5 months, preserving its freshness and roundness.
Color: light violet, light ruby redBouquet: a complex aroma profile of wild red berries with floral notes of roses and geranium. Flavor: a perfect balance between the fresh acidity that comes from the surrounding mountains and the full-mouthfeel, typical of the Mediterranean climate.
Ideal as an aperitif but also a perfect match with Italian cuisine, especially with hors-d’oeuvres, pasta, mushrooms and white grilled meats.