OUR WINES

TIMBRATO

ROSA

TIMBRATO – ROSA

TIMBRATO
ROSA

Our rosé is not an unsuccessful red or a spoiled white. It is a winemaking
endeavor to be and do what neither a red nor a white wine can: ancient
Sangiovese clones from the Upper Esina Valley terroir and mountains far
enough from the Adriatic Sea that it cannot be seen on the horizon yet near
enough to reap the valuable Mediterranean solarization.

This sprightly, crystalline rosé gives off fragrances of white and yellow flowers,
followed by scents of tropical and citrus fruits that explode in the mouth,
everything supported by a fragrant citric acidity and a body
that reveals more than 20 g/l of dry extract.

Our rosé is not an unsuccessful red or a spoiled white. It is a winemaking endeavor to be and do what neither a red nor a white wine can: ancient Sangiovese clones from the Upper Esina Valley terroir and mountains far enough from the Adriatic Sea that it cannot be seen on the horizon yet near enough to reap the valuable Mediterranean solarization.

This sprightly, crystalline rosé gives off fragrances of white and yellow flowers, followed by scents of tropical and citrus fruits that explode in the mouth, everything supported by a fragrant citric acidity and a body that reveals more than 20 g/l of dry extract.

The rosé is harvested by hand, vinified as a white from bunches directly in the press. The clear, pink must then ferments at temperatures around 16°C, thus lengthening the fermentation time of the sugars: the longer the must ferments, the more secondary aromas the wine will have. It takes time to mature, with months of decanting in which the rosé fine-tunes its sensory instruments to achieve a harmonious sensorial musicality.

THE MEETING

TIMBRATO & MASTRO

Mr. Guccio Gucci and Roberto Potentini found themselves sharing
the significance of beauty over a glass of wine. There could not have
been better inspiration if we consider that the word “wine” derives
from the term “ven” in the ancient Sanskrit language (shared with the
name “Venus”), which meant “beautiful”. Thus, wine has a sensorial
beauty in its depths.

Mr. Guccio Gucci and Roberto Potentini found themselves sharing the significance of beauty over a glass of wine. There could not have been better inspiration if we consider that the word “wine” derives from the term “ven” in the ancient Sanskrit language (shared with the name “Venus”), which meant “beautiful”. Thus, wine has a sensorial beauty in its depths.

The conceptual combination with the Mastro line (Creamy,
Velvety, Spicy, Classy, Smoky, Juicy) came immediately, as
beauty brings an elegance that sometimes turns to the classic,
where even the details highlight a style.

The conceptual combination with the Mastro line (Creamy, Velvety, Spicy, Classy, Smoky, Juicy) came immediately, as beauty brings an elegance that sometimes turns to the classic, where even the details highlight a style.

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