A UNIQUE WINEMAKING PROCESS FOR A FINE WINE
Rosé wines have often been wrongly labelled as strictly aperitif wines. In reality, this category of wine has its own story and its own set characteristics that make it an elegant and refined choice for culinary pairing.
The production of Rosé requires a precise method with a thorough choice of grape, predominantly red, such as Pinot Noir at times combined with a white grape, such as Chardonnay.
The true peculiarity of this wine category is how it is made. That is, red grapes go through the white wine making process. The grape skins are separated from the fruit early on during the pressing phase or after a brief maceration phase (a maximum of 24 hours). It is this hybrid process that produces the typical Rosé hue, which can range from dark yellow to the standard pink or light red tones.
The noble art of Rosé winemaking deserves a place in the Cipriani family.
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