Vineyard: “Mor di Roccia”
Italian denomination: IGP* spumante rosé / sparkling wine (*Indicazione Geografica Protetta, i.e. from a specific Italian area or region)
Grape: 100% Foglia Tonda
Dosage: 16gr/l — Total sulfur dioxide: 17 mg/l
Soil type: sandy loam, that is, a soil with proportions of sand, silt, and clay with a dominance of sand. It is of Pliocene origin. Calcium is consistently present. The vineyard is on a hill facing southwest, 185 m high, 0,6 ha wide.
Vine training: spur training.
Implantation density: 5500 plants per ha.
Harvest: hand harvest, about mid-August.
Winemaking: soft pressing, spontaneous fermentation with starter in concrete tanks in stainless steel tanks and refinement in bottles.
Sensory perception: shiny rosé colour with a refined persistent perlage. In the mouth, elegant flavour of rose.