Donna Sophia Rosato Colline Pescaresi IGT

AREA: Cugnoli



GRAPE VARIETY: selected red berry varieties cultivated on a middle aged vineyards located in Cugnoli’s area, following the principles of biological farming.

ALCOHOL: 12,5% by Vol.


SUGGESTED FOOD: It is an excellent match for light first courses, white meats, cold cuts and medium seasoned cheeses and fish soups.


Grape harvest takes place during the 2nd week of October, depending on the grapes’ complete biological ripe, whose evaluation is based on sugar degrees, pH and total sourness. Winemaking is carried out in respect of tradition and observing the most up-to-date rose winemaking methods. A short cryomaceration is made once the best grapes are selected and derasped, with this process the skins are kept in contact with the must at a temperature of about 8-10°C for about 10-12 hours. The so called flower must obtained from the separation of the skins is then decanted. Selected yeasts are then added and a fermentation is performed at at a temperature of about 15°C. The obtained wine is quickly separated from its dregs and preserved at a temperature of about 12°C until it is ready to be bottled. The rules required by regulations for biological wine production are observed during all winemaking’s stages, in order to assure and protect wine’s genuineness and healthiness.

Donna Sophia Rosato Colline Pescaresi IGT has a light rose color. The bouquet is remarkably fruity, fresh and intense with clear notes of cherry, and the flavor is fresh and soft, well bodied and persistent, with fruity aftertaste.

Serve at temperature of 8-10°C.

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