Morus Rosé Trento Doc
Made from Pinot Nero grapes grown high in the hills on the slopes of Mount Baldo, at an altitude between 400 and 600 meters above sea level, in the areas of the municipalities of Besagno, Crosano, Cazzano and Castione.
The must obtained after a first light pressing of the grapes undergoes a secondary
fermentation on its lees in the bottle, and there it remains to rest for at least 36 months. Once
the first alcoholic fermentation is completed, a malolactic fermentation is favored in order to
give the wine increased softness and complexity. After a refinement period follows the bottling
for the secondary fermentation on the lees.
Creamy mousse with a refined and persistent perlage. Orange peel color. Fine and intense
aroma, complex and slightly spicy. Full, harmonic, savory taste which combines traditional fruity notes with the mineral features of the territory.
Recommended as an aperitif and accompaniment to the whole meal.
The wine should be served at a temperature of 8 degrees. Alcohol content 12,50%