Maestrale Rosato Mantellassi, Tasting notes:
The taste is pleasant and smooth, while the olfactory examination will surprise you with its floral and fruity aromas
Maestrale Rosato Mantellassi:
Passing over Corsica and through the pine forests of the Maremma coast, the Maestrale wind arrives on the Banditaccia hills, a cool, dry wind that floods the farm with the light perfume of wine and flowers. Maestrale, as the Mantellassi brothers have named their Rosato, for its qualities of freshness and perfume.
“Labor Omnia Vincit”, as never before, this motto reconfirms its validity in the tenacity and the attachment of the Mantellassi Farm, in Magliano in Toscana. Mantellassi have always been winemakers, in 1960 began the planting of the first four hectares of vineyards in Banditaccia, up to the current one hundred. These extend on some of the many hills of the Fattoria, in terrains of tufaceous-calcareous nature with an ampelographic base consisting mainly of the Sangiovese grape, then of the Alicante, Cabernet Sauvignon, Morellino, Merlot, Canaiolo Nero, Black Malvasia, Ciliegiolo, Vermentino Bianco vines. , White Sauvignon. The Mantellassi Farm has contributed significantly to the establishment of the Morellino di Scansano Denomination of Controlled Origin in 1978 and is considered one of the most prestigious manufacturing companies.