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Fasoli Gino Brut Rosè
Classic Method Rosè of Corvinone
Wine Profile / Tasting Notes
Vibrant delicate rose in colour, the wine is intense, foral and fruity on the nose with notes of fruits of the forest and roses. On the palate, it is elegant, fresh, flavoursome and has a long finish leaving a pleasant freshness in the mouth.
2013 SPUMANTE BRUT “CREAMAN ROSE’” ’10 - SILVER MEDAL - LA
SELEZIONE DEL SINDACO
SPUMANTE BRUT “CREAMAN ROSE’” ’10 - DIPLOMA DI MERITO – 2° CONCORSO VINI ROSATI D’ITALIA
2015 SPUMANTE BRUT “CREAMAN ROSE’” ’10 - 87/100 - LUCA MARONI
SOIL TYPE: Morainic limey soils
PRUNING SYSTEM: Pergola Veronese and Guyot.
HARVEST: The grapes are harvested manually in the first few days of September.. The grapes selected are not yet completely mature with high acidity ensuring that the finished wine has the acidity that will allow it to develop well during the long maturation process.
The grapes are left to cold macerate for 12 to 15 hours. The grapes are then pressed without any oxygen and at a pressure of 0.3 bars. A first fermentation is carried out in inox steel vats for about 10 days at a controlled temperature of 15° C. The wine is left here for a period of 4 to 5 months. Following tartaric and protein stabilization, the wine is prepared for the second fermentation in the bottle where it is left on the lees for 24-36 months until degorgement. The wine is released 60-90 days after degorgement.
Food & Wine Pairing
Ideal as an aperitif, Creaman Brut Rose pairs well with starters, fried dishes and
raw fish. It is also perfect with light vegetable based dishes and shellfish.
SERVING TEMPERTURE: 6-8°C
This wine is the result of a friendly challenge. Chatting with family friend
Roberto over a glass of Creaman Brut, the conversation turned to memories of a sparkling rose wine that Roberto’s father used to make for private consumption. Natalino, who had always wanted to make a traditional method rose wine from the local variety Corvinone, took up the challenge and Creaman Brut Rosè is the result.