This is a very dry rosé produced entirely from low-yielding Pinot Noir vines. The hand-harvested fruit is fermented and aged in steel to preserve fresh aromatics.
About this wine producer: Cristina Inganni named her small estate after the village of the same name. Just under 15 American acres are densely planted to the traditional Gropello, Rebo, Incrocio Manzoni, and Marzemino, as well as small plantings of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Riesling, Semillon, Petit Verdot, and Merlot. The smaller plantings go into her “experimental” bottlings,” while the “flagship” remains her D.O.C. Valtènesi.