Chiaretto from Valtenesi called Roseri for the delicacy of its aroma that brings to mind the perfume of a rosebud, is obtained from the vinification of the four Gardesana red grapes Groppello, Marzemino, Sangiovese and Barbera.
It is called one night wine, because to obtain its typical pink shade it was left a night long in contact with its dregs.
Harvested and left in cryomaceration at a low temperature for 48 hours, these grapes give a must of intense color but of elegance and full body. The particular structure gives to this Chiaretto a greater longevity for as long as several years, keeping the fragrance intact.
From the clay soils of the lower Garda it takes its dry taste and flowery aroma to the nose and matches well with typical Gardesana dishes.
|Grape variety:||Groppello, Barbera, Sangiovese and Marzemino.|
Tasting and technical notes
|Color:||A delicate rose shade with powder pink reflections.|
|Nose:||Its simplicity reflects its high quality, peach blossom, pomegranate, incense and lychees.|
|Mouth:||Smooth and of a good persistence, with flavor in evidence - such as white peach and sage in the finish.|
|Alcohol volume:||12,5% Vol|
|Serving temperature:||10 - 12° C|
|Pairing:||Oven baked whitefi sh or bigoli fresh pasta with lake shrimps and yellow mushrooms.|