This rosato from a fourth generation Barolo producer has strawberry notes and crisp minerality. Drier than our Masseria Furfante rosé.
Maturation: Cement and stainless
The winemaker writes: After the alcoholic fermentation is complete we will maintain the wine at a lower temperature because we do not want it to go through malolactic fermentation, helping to maintain the typical grape acidity. Unlike the French Rosé which are similar to a white wine, Italian Rosato are much closer to a red wine: they are in fact more colorful and fuller bodied.