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Elba Rosé

A summer dinner rosé wine

A wine made from Sangiovese grapes minimum 60%. Other authorized red grape varieties alone or in combination up to a maximum of 40%; authorized white grape varieties up to a maximum of 20% are also allowed

Denomination

DOC

Category

Rosé

Grapes

Sangiovese

Description

Rosé wine with a more or less intense pink color, delicate, more or less fruity aroma and fresh, dry and harmonious flavor. Usually drawn from the pressing of red grapes stripped of their stalks, followed by maceration, usually at low temperatures, for 12-18 hours. Elba has a great tradition of rosé wines, made mainly from Sangiovese grapes. Wine that was produced to be consumed young especially fresh in summer. Alcohol content 11%.

Pairings

- Seafood appetizers
- Both broth and dry soups with red sauces,
- Panzanella all'elbana with tuna fish
- Ham and melon