We say Rosé but the Italians say Rosata, they may be pronounced differently but they both represent refreshment in whatever language you speak. This is full of cherry and berry aromas before a palate that’s dry and laden with a savoury minerality. Serve it chilled with a table strewn with antipasto dishes including chargrilled chorizo and mushrooms cooked with garlic, lemon and chilli.
Bright perfumes of red raspberries and watermelon are supported by delicate herbal notes. The front palate is fruit driven with flavours of fresh raspberries and watermelon which carry through to the mid palate. Hints of tannin ever so slightly grip the tongue and sides of mouth. The finish is long and savoury.