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Romagnoli ‘Flusia’ Rosato Marche IGT 2017

Estate: The Romagnoli Winery is a small family estate established in 1857 and located in the hills of the Marches region between Tuscany and Umbria along the Adriatic Coast. Passionate about producing traditional wines that express the fruit profile of each individual grape varietal, they utilize traditional farming methods on their 14 hectares of vineyards, along with modern methods such as thermoregulation tank control. Three generations of the family work together, taking care of the entire production from vine to bottle.

Philosophy: Their philosophy is one of “respecting the great characteristics of the grapes” and can be seen in the family’s motto “Piccoli Produttori – GRAND VINI” [Small Producers-BIG WINES].

Winemaking: Grapes are hand harvested from vineyards with clay and sandy soils, located between 190-230 meters above sea level in the hills of Morro d’Alba. Lightly pressed and vinified in stainless steel, aged for 4 months in steel followed by an additional month in the bottle. [Flora is the Roman goddess of flowering plants, especially plants that produce fruit. She was known as Flusia amongst the ancient inhabitants of Umbria.]

Tasting Notes: Light, bright ruby red in colour with aromas of cherry, strawberry and baking spices. Cherry, strawberry and red apple are glossed by citrus acidity, finishing dry and fruity. Super gluggable and refreshing, consistently a fantastic value.

50% Lacrima di Morro d’Alba, 50% Montepulciano
Marche IGT
Italy
Estate Bottled by Azienda Agricola Renato Romagnoli & C.
13.5% Alcohol
$9
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