WHAT IS A ROSÈ?
It's not a white,
It's not a red,
It steals the show from whites,
It steals the show from reds:
What, therefore, is a rosé?
A moment of happiness, far from whites and reds, from labels and conformity: It's the aperitif that opens lines of communication, it's the cup that assuages thirst, a moment of rest and relaxation, to celebrate a baptism, a first communion or a wedding.
At Montenidoli, we've selected Canaiuolo, which has the perfumes of white grapes and the color of reds. It's pale rose pink, with the perfumes of the flowers that blossom in the woods in spring, while the calcareous fossil-rich soils offer rich savory flavors and a soft enveloping finish.
It's bottled in winter to capture its freshness, with the effervescence of the fermentation, and to share its youthful zest with those who drink it.
Food-Wine Pairings: It breaks conventional bounds and goes its own wa