Vinification: Fermentation using indigenous yeasts. Matured for 8 months on its fine lees, in oak barrels (30% new and 70% old is responsible for its complexity and discreet character. Bottled unfiltered.
Alcohol level: 12.5%
Tasting Note: This is the definition of a “Badass Rosé”. Its medium pink color and orange highlights might give you the idea that it is yet another delicate and feeble rosé, it’s anything but! It has structure, intensity, and complexity. Its intense nose of ripe cherry, strawberry, pomegranate, and vanilla are magnetic. On the palette it is rich and oily, with crisp acidity and slightly discernible tannins. It’s an exciting rosé that can stand its ground next to complex dishes like tuna fillet with aubergines and peppers and spaghetti with guanciale and pecorino.