A Tuscan pink IGT (Typical Geographical Indication) wine produced in vineyards using the spurred cordon technique at an altitude of 230 metres, and facing south-west in averagely calcareous and rocky soil. Harvest is performed strictly by hand in September; after 20 days of fermentation, the wine is bottled and left to mature for a month.
The result is a product with a bright pink colour, with a light floral fragrance and fruity taste. Ideal with fish and fresh cheeses.
|Denomination:||Toscano Rosato, I.G.T. Petali di Rosa|
|Production area:||Bucine (AR) – Toscana|
|Vineyards area:||1 H.|
|Altitude:||230 asl south-west exposure|
|Plant breeding way:||Spurred Cordon|
|Planting density:||4.000 plants/ha|
|Yeld/Hectar (Wine):||70 Hectolitres|
|Harvest period:||Middle of September|
|Winemaking:||Contact with peelings of 1 day|
|Organoleptic characteristic:||Alcohol: 12.5%
Colour: Bright pink
Bouquet: Light floral, pleasant and fruity
Taste/Flavour: Alcoholic, harmonic, fruity
|Pairing:||Fish dishes, white meat and cheeses|
* From the 2016 Harvest alla wines are organic.