Rosato Toscano IGT

Rosé from our lands, it has a clear, powerful, intense cherry colour. The vinification takes place with the salasso technique.
This wine differs from the traditional rosé in its structure and alcoholic strength of vol.13%. The need to satisfy our customers in summer with a fresh wine with a full-bodied alcohol content was the inspiration behind the idea of producing a rosé wine.

Compared to the Bianco Toscano IGT it is distinguished by a higher alcohol content and body.
The body, structure and an excellent acidity are indeed those obtained from the Sangiovese grapes we use for our Chianti Classico. After the traditional pressing, the wine is separated from the skins (using the “salasso” technique) and fermented (in white version only with the juice of the Sangiovese grapes) completely in stainless steel tanks. The wine is bottled in March/April for sale at the beginning of summer.

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Composition: Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Colorino. (indigenous vineyards)

Alcohol: 13% vol.

Vinification : method with bloodletting contact with the skins max. 12 hours

Color: Clear, powerful, intense cherry color.

Taste: Dry, good freshness, rich in aromas, due to the late ripening of the grapes.

Bottle Number: 1300