Rosé

SPUMANTE BRUT

Production District
Rosé Spumante Brut is made with carefully selected, early harvest red grapes
Winemaking
The grapes are harvested and fermented separately. After soft pressing, the white grapes are immediately separated from the skins, clarified and fermented at a controlled temperature of 17°C with the aid of cultured yeasts. The red grapes are initially left to macerate on the skins to extract colour and primary aromas. The two wines are then blended to make the base cuvée and moved to a pressure tank for the second fermentation process. This is when the wine acquires its sparkle, to be followed by stabilization and microfiltration before bottling.
Chemical Analysis
Alcohol: 11,5 % vol
Residual sugar: 10 g / L
Total acidity: 5,2 g / L
Colour
Silky antique rose
Nose
Intense fruity nose notes of peach and wild strawberries, with yeasty and bready hints
Flavour
Velvety, full, zesty. Delicate lingering perlage

PAIRINGS AND SERVING TEMPERATURE

Excellent aperitif, with fish starters, cured meats, but also with full-flavoured meats, sauces, and full-fat cheeses. Serve at 4°C – 6°C

OENOLOGIST WISDOM

The grapes are harvested then fermented separately to showcase their varietal traits and only later are they blended.