Giardino Winery Rosato Magnum Amphora 2021
Manufacturer: Garden Cellar
🍾 Rosato Magnum Amphora
🏡 Garden Cellar
🛁 The grapes come from old vineyards planted at an altitude of 500 metres, the grapes macerate for two days with spontaneous fermentation in steel, are then gently crushed and matured for 10 months in terracotta amphorae. Bottled without filtration, clarification or addition of sulphur dioxide
👃🏻 Wilted red flowers with lots of ripe berries, important mineral returns and hints of forest, ranging from damp earth to pine needles, from wet leaves to resin, then orange peel and hints of liquorice
👅 Full and with great mineral elegance, fresh and savoury, the tannin is silky and the finish persistent
👍🏻 Serving temperature 12°-14°.
💕 Gouda with red pesto, crazy
😍 A totally different rosé
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Ariano Arpinio, Campania
A splendid, uncompromising company with the aim of not disturbing the natural balance, but rather of indulging it.
The official founding year is 2003, but in fact they have been producing wines, at least experimentally, since 1998. Antonio, Daniela and the other members have as their goal the production of real wine, straightforward and evocative of the territory, without sophistication, as we like it.
There are 25 hectares under vine, all at an altitude of 500 metres and with plants up to 90 years old. Only the indigenous vines of the area are grown here, such as Aglianico, Fiano and Greco.
Macerations are very long, even up to 6 months in containers such as non first-passage wood and amphorae, terracotta and stoneware. Fermentation is spontaneous with indigenous yeasts, and the wine is bottled without filtration or clarification or addition of sulphur dioxide.