Dry Rosé, made from Sangiovese and a dash of Merlot. The skins and juice remain in
contact very briefly to ensure an attractive pale salmon colour. Slow fermentation at controlled low temperatures and no oak maturation helps the wine to retain its delicate characteristics. Long lasting and floral flavours, extremely well balanced, firm and crisp thanks to the Sangiovese. The Merlot provides subtle but persistent hints of ripe red fruits and berries. Pleasant and lingering finish.
Food Pairings: Serve as an aperitif or with light salads, light pasta and rice dishes, especially with seafood, shellfish and grilled fish and goat cheese. Delicious with salad niçoise and paella.
About this winery:
Castello Vicchiomaggio is an internationally renowned Chianti producer in the Greve region in Florence, run by the Matta family. The most prominent vine is Sangiovese with Canaiolo, Colorino and the international varieties Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.
John Matta was a.o. elected IWSC Italian Winemaker of the Year several times and his wines won several top marks by Wine Spectator, Decanter, Concours Mondial de Bruxelles and James Suckling.
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