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Grape type: Nebbiolo and Barbera in varying percentages.

Production area: Production area of Piemonte D.O.C.

Harvest: By hand, in September and October.

Wine-making process: Destemming, cold maceration of pressed grapes for about 24-48 hours, pressing and fermentation of the must at controlled temperature of 12°-15°C.

Ageing: The definitive batch is blended after the first racking. After this, the wine is aged on its lees for a few months before being bottled.

Pairings: A local pairing is with anchovies in green sauce, but ideal for first courses like linguine with prawns, cherry tomatoes, zucchini flowers and crushed pistachios; truly loves fresh soft cheeses and a worthy accompaniment for aperitifs with salami and vegetable-based summer dishes.

Serving temperature: 8°-10°C

Features: A beautifully luminous pale rose hue. Offering notes of sour cherry and strawberry, rose water and hints of wisteria swathed in a generously mineral flavour. Soft, but lively on the palate, fresh syrupy at the same time. A vibrant taste, with perfect nose-palate balance with a long aftertaste modulated by surprising returns of woodland strawberries.

Alcohol: 13.0% vol*

(* Depending on the year, the analytical values may vary slightly)

Allergens: Contains sulfites.

Beni di Batasiolo, Piemonte Rosato 'Micò' DOC, 2021

SKU: 17260_2021
£19.67Price
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