This is the Ferrari of all rosè. With secondary in-bottle fermentation, a hand-selected mix of the best grapes of each varietal (Chardonnay, Pinot Nero, Pinot Bianco), and the powerhouse of sparkling winemakers from Pittaro winery, this rosè is definitely not your average sparkling wine. Still great for all occasions, by the pool, at happy hour, or with a cheese plate, fish, meat, or veggies, this rosè is sure to please even the most advanced palates.
Typology: Rosè wine (sparkling) Production area: Friuli Venezia Giulia Grape variety: Chardonnay, Pinot Nero, Pinot Bianco Harvesting: By hand Fermentation and refinery: The first fermentation of Chardonnay and Pinot Blanc takes place in steel, while for Pinot Noir there is a very short stop on the skins to add body and the beautiful color. All varietals are then refined for a few months on the lees before combination and bottling where the second fundamental fermentation takes place. The subsequent stop of the wine in contact with the yeasts requires a minimum duration of 24 months. The disgorgement and a small addition of liquer d'expedition close the production cycle and the bottles, after a few months' rest in the cellar, are ready to be tasted. Temperature for Serving: Ice Cold! 4-6 °C Alcohol Percentage:11% Tasting notes: The visual aspect is characterized by a soft pink color and a fine and persistent perlage. On the nose the yeast notes are well pronounced, the fruit sensations are more delicate, be it red, dry or tropical. The taste is fresh, well-structured, and harmonious. Serving Suggestions: Pink Brut Rosé is ideal as an aperitif but also as an accompaniment to tasty appetizers, first courses based on fish, meat, or vegetables. Excellent in combination with fish second courses. Excellent between meals. Never use it after a meal, with or without sweets! Always keep the bottles lying down, in a cool and dark place, putting them in the fridge only for the time necessary to bring them to temperature. To serve it correctly, tilt the bottle to a 45° angle and remove the cap slowly, gently venting the gas without making a sound.