“Sant'Isidoro”, a rosé tinged with coral, is made by drawing off the best Sangiovese and red berried grapes musts from grapes harvested in crates and with minimal yield per hectare.
The crisp, clean nose is unassuming and pleasing, suggesting red berries against a delicate floral backdrop. A pleasant drink that immediately releases its full flavour potential.
A wine for a delicate palate, to be served chilled to 8-10°C, preferably to accompany Italian salamis, ripe cheeses and anchovies, sardines and mackerel.
Wine variety: 50% Sangiovese, 50% red berried grapes
Yield per hectare: about 40q
Harvesting: method manually using small basket
Vinification: made by drawing off the best Sangiovese and red berried grapes must, after 12-15 hours of maceration. Than it ferments in stainless steel vats.
Ageing: Long period in vat and in bottle