Description/ Tasting NotesA bright Rosé with fine perlage. Ripe red berries and white flowers on the nose. The wine is extremely fresh yet velvety on the palate.
Winery Info/ Brand
Though a small family enterprise, Piccini in Tuscany, Italy has been a leader in change and innovation since 1882. The winery started from its humble beginnings, just over seven hectares and had been following closely and almost religiously the words of the first Piccini family member ever since. Today, Piccini has gained a large-scale success guided only by their "passion for winemaking" and their legacy will continue...
Region Info/ Origin
Veneto wine region is one of the most important among all the regions of Italy. Venetian wines bring history and character to the table. Located in the northeast of Italy, it stretches from the Dolomites to the Adriatic Sea and comprises a wide low mountain range and a lowland crossed by rivers, canals, and the Po Delta. Vineyards in the Veneto wine region can be found on the shores of Lake Garda as well as near the lagoon of Venice, at the foot of the Dolomites, and in the hills of Mantua. The variety of the cultivated grapes is unique: it ranges from autochthonous white vines such as the Prosecco or Garganega grape to Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio to the distinct red varieties Corvina and Raboso and to Cabernet and Merlot. With such well-known wines as Amarone, Valpolicella, Soave or Prosecco, Veneto is one of the most important wine-growing regions in Italy.