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Salice Salentino Rosato DOP Massarei 75cl

It has got an intense red coral colour, with a fragrance of raspberries and wood strawberries, and a delicate floral of petals of a rose. Its taste is dry, marked by a good freshness and a decisive flavour.
The grapes, Negroamaro and Malvasia Nera, are vinified with the rosé-making process. This wine is fresh, soft and versatile.

Wine Appellation: Salice Salentino Rosato DOP

Grapes Variety: 90% Negroamaro e 10% Malvasia.

Production: Salento in the area of Brindisi and Lecce.

Production Technique: In a traditional way, for pellicular contact (lifting up of the cap), the must remains on the marcs for 18-20 hours, after it is separated from them obtaining so the 40% of the product.

REFINEMENT: Ageing in steel.

Characteristics:
Color: Intense red coral color.
Bouquet: Fruity with the fragrance of raspberries and wood strawberries with a floral delicate note of rose petals.
Taste: Its taste is dry marked by a good freshness and a decisive flavour.

Pairings: It is suggested for fish soups, white meats and raw seafood.

Vintage: 2014

Serving temperature: 7-8°C

Alcohol content: 13.5% vol.

Allergy Advice:
Contains sulphites.

Agrumia does not sell any alcoholic beverages to individuals who are not 18 years old, and by placing an order, you warrant and represent to us that you are at least 18 years of age.

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Excellent service and speedy delivery.

Not yet tried but it looks good.

Colatura di Alici

I really love this, I think ithe traditional pasta recipe is fantastic. One day I will go to Cetera to see how it is made. It comes very well packaged.

Fabulous

Great, fast service as always. Love the little snack surprises in each parcel. Thank you.

Stunning

Soft, silky but firm too - each one a little cushion of wonder! I wondered what all the fuss was about. Now I know. Pasta is not just pasta.