More than half the fruit coming from young vines planted in the contrada of San Lorenzo, a vineyard which sits 750-780 meters above sea level and the vines are now over 80 years old. The wine is pressed using a vertical press then moved to stainless steel for fermentation and aging. A short maceration gives this rosé a pale pink hue but don't be fooled, this rosé is structured and complexity, good alone or with food.
Grape: Nerello Mascalese
Pairing: Citrus salmon, grilled halibut with herbs
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