Vineyards An elegant and fine rosé that comes from the meeting of two grape varieties, Sangiovese from Montalcino and Vermentino from the Tuscan coast, or Cost’è. The wine is characterized by its aroma and complexity. Sandstone soil with a strong presence of friable rock.
Winemaking Both grapes ferment in stainless steel tanks separately. The Sangiovese, after short contact with the skins, vinifies at 60-65°F, while the fermentation of Vermentino happens at a temperature of 55-60°F. The two grape varieties are then blended together to produce a fresh and lively rosé.
Tasting Notes Hints of red berries from the Sangiovese grape are perfectly blended with scents of citrus and sage from the Vermentino, creating a wine that is fresh, lively, aromatic and complex.
Food Pairing Delicious as an aperitif, and the perfect match for meals with white meat or fish.