“Gramplin” is a piedmontese word meaning a “fixed idea”, as was the idea to produce this Rosè Wine.
It is made from 100% red grapes, but the vinification it’s similar to the process applied for the production of white wines.
Therefore, the target it to exalt the primary aromas and freshness, to obtain a slender wine, ready to drink, always pleasant but not as demanding as a strong red wine.
5000 vines per hectare.
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manually, in the end of September.
direct pressing of the grapes, brief contact with the skins into the press, in reduction. Alcoholic fermentation at low temperature (18 °).
storage for 3 months in stainless. No malolactic fermentation. Finally 2 months in bottle before release.
intense and fruity, raspberry and yellow plum.
balanced, lively acidity, fruity finish.
excellent with aperitif, fish and white meats.