65% Corvina, 30% Rondinella, 5% Molinara.
Location and characteristics of the vineyard
The vineyards are located at Somacampagna, a commune situated to the south-east of Lake Garda.
100-150 metres above sea level. A hill of glacial origin with limestone, clay, gravelly and sandy soils.
Training system and plant density
Cordon Spur, with 4,000 to 4,500 vines per hectare. The yield is 2 kg per vine.
End of September for Rondinella and Molinara; the beginning
of October for Corvina.
Manual harvesting followed by traditional white wine vinification,
but with a brief cold maceration on the skins for 24 hours. This is followed by the separation of the free-run juice (20% of the total) and settling of the must, and then by a long fermentation in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks.
Organoleptic description A sparkling rosé wine.
Colour A vivid yet delicate cherry-blossom pink.
Delicate scents of berry fruits (raspberries, redcurrants) and
wild flowers, accompanied by Marasca cherry and rosehips.
On the palate it reveals its juicy sensations of red berry fruits
to the full, along with an appealing and refreshing youthful
Serving temperature 8-10 °C
Excellent with Italian hors d’oeuvres such as prosciutto with melon or figs, sliced cold cuts, rice and pasta dishes in general, fish and vegetable tempura, white meats and fish dishes in general.