Bergianti - Per Franco '21
Modena, Emiliana, Italy. Rosé, Ancestral Method. Free digression from the classic interpretation of Lambrusco Salamino in red. Collected in advance and pressed directly, only the free-run juice ferments spontaneously without malolactic fermentation (inhibited by the high acidity). Refermentation in bottle, nothing added. Created in memory of Gianluca's first drinks with his grandfather (Gianfranco) when he was only 8 years old at the Arci club. While the elderly were playing trump, they poured a bottle of Salamino rosso, adding ice and lemon with an incredible result. So here is the idea translated in a rosé that works as a thirst-quenching bubble with fresh and citrus sensations on the palate. A companion wine to consume in large sips. Fresh and with a scent of citrus fruit, in particular grapefruit.
Salamino di Santa Croce 100%.
About the Winemaker
Bergianti is a family run vineyard in Modena, Emiliana, Italy. The vineyard grows on a loamy-sandy terrain where the Lambrusco grapes find their maximum expression. Each process from pruning to harvest is strictly manual. Using biodynamic farming practices their aim is to bring to the cellar grapes that are healthy and lively. In this way they only need to accompany them during the vinification process with no enological interference. Absolutely banging summer bubbles, not to be missed.