Brut Rosè

Rosé wines are typical products of southern Italy. d’Araprì house wanted to prepare its light Brut Rosè with reflections of onion skin that releases sun’s kisses land. Sapid and with a long persistence.

Vines: Montepulciano and Black Pinot.
Production area: San Severo.
Vineyards: Cotinone and San Matteo District 2 + 12  hectars .
Soil type: argillaceous-calcareous, in slight slope.
Exposure and altimetry: South South-West, 80-100 mt on the sea level.
Growing system and plant density: Espalier, 3500 plants per hectar, Apulian Pergola 2000 plants per hectar.
Profit per hectar: 100-120 quintals per hectar, about 3-4 kg per stump.
Grape-harvest time: late August Black Pinot and late September Montepulciano, with manual gathering and selection of the grapes.

Refining and permanence on yeasts: each bottle rests minimum 24 months sheltered from light, drafts and knocks, at a temperature of 13°C, in the cellars of our ancient winery.
Flowing into (degorgement): made by hand at cold with the add of the dosing syrup (liquer d’expedition), about two months before the marketing.
Appearance: salmon pink with shades of purple and gold, with soft foam and with fine persistent perlage.
Bouquet: intense nose, fresh and sweet fragrance of flowers and a delicate fusion of bread, toast and ripe fruit.
Flavor: dry even round, strong flavour, long persistence, with balanced taste and a pleasant drink.

Abbinamenti gastronomici

Gastronomic matching
Match dazzling with Caciocavallo podolico medium mature.. Original and Polished for the aperitif. It is also perfect to drink after-dinner with pastries; it is the softer sparkling wine proposed by the d’Araprì House. Desirable at any time, it is a symbol of love and happiness.

Typical gastronomic matching