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Memoro Rosato

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With our roots deep into the territory of Tuscany, it is the very first time when we take up the challenge to create a wine that would not only taste Italian, but feel Italian. We chose a compass rose for our label, to send an invitation to experience in one bottle four different grape varietals, each typical expression of a distinct Italian region. Memoro truly emerged as a cuvee wine born from 4 corners of Italy. An unique project that is not only a tribute to the great Italian culture of which we are part, but born from our Family's Italian pride.
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Light, fresh and bright, displaying aromas of raspberry, red currant and delicate wild mint notes. Good palate weight, with ripe flavours of strawberry, raspberry and red cherry. Well balanced and clean finish. A versatile wine enjoyable at 12°C., great as an aperitif or with summer light meals, white meat or flavourful fish.

Winemaker: Antonella Conti

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We employed the method known as “saignée”, as in bleeding off juice from the red wine fermentation of three varietals we use for the making of Memoro Rosso: Montepulciano originating from Abruzzo, Nero d’Avola from Sicily and Merlot from Veneto. Our process produces a red juice that has just a hint of ripe red wine essence while still remaining light and refreshing. This juice is settled and racked to a new tank and cold-fermented just like a white wine, resulting in a full-flavoured rosè with a crisp character. The final component is the southern varietal with big character comes from Puglia: Negroamaro. Employing both methods to create Memoro Rosato enables us to broaden the wine, while keeping it fresh and well balanced.

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AWARDS:

  • IWSC 2015 - BRONZE MEDAL
  • IWSC 2014 - BRONZE MEDAL
  • BERLINER WEIN TROPHY 2013 - SILVER MEDAL
  • IWSC 2015 - BRONZE MEDAL
  • IWSC 2014 - BRONZE MEDAL
  • BERLINER WEIN TROPHY 2013 - SILVER MEDAL