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For light meat based dishes Rosé Millesimato of Elisabetta Abrami is indeed the perfect match.
It is a Franciacorta D.O.C.G., refined for 36 months, originated from the rosé wine-making of the Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes.
Such hand-picked grapes fill the chalice with a clear and faint pink, extremely fine and persistent perlage and a fine bouquet of red fruits, in addition to strawberry and wild berries scents.

SKU: rose-mill-075-1 Category:
Description

Description

Vine variety: cuvée of Chardonnay (30%) and of Pinot Noir (70%)
Implantation: guyot / spurred cordon
Yield: 100 qli /hectare
Harvest: by hand in boxes
Harvest Period: August
Pressing: Pneumatic Press
Vinification: Rosé
Decantation: Addition of selected yeasts and fermentation in stainless steel tanks. The cuvée is made in spring. After the addition of sugar syrup and yeast for secondary fermentation, it is bottled and stacked on its side to aid re-fermentation and slow refinement
Refinement: At least 36 months on the yeasts in steel tanks/oak barriques and minimum 3 months of post degorgement
Remuage: gyropallet
Alcoholic content: 12.50%
Dosage: 12gr

Sensory analysis

Colour: Clear, faint pink
Perlage: Extremely fine and persistent
Bouquet: ample, fine, persistent with elegant notes of red fruits, from strawberry to wild berries
Taste: fine, complex, full, and persistent

The d.o.c.g. Franciacorta Millesimato Rosè in the cellar and on the table

Packaging: 0,75 Lt.
Storage: Stored horizontally, better in the dark, at a temperature of 10 – 12 °C and 60% of humidity
Food pairing: perfectly suitable for meet courses, from appetizers to charcuterie to light roasts
Temperature of service: 10 °C
Wine Glass: Chalice Franciacorta (Tulip shaped)

Prizes

4 Rose Camune – ViniPlus
92 points – Falstaff
3 stars – Veronelli

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