Our Mosì rosé wine, uses 100% Bombino Nero grapes, known for their intense aroma, light, soft and fresh taste. The Bombino Nero is a red Italian wine grape variety that is grown in southern Italy, particularly the regions of Apulia (IGT). The grapes bleed their colour into the wine very quickly, resulting in a fresh, well-coloured light rosé.
100% Bombino Nero
PGI (Protected Geographical Indication IGT (Indicazione Geografica Tipica, Italian)
Polignano a Mare
Puglia – Italy IGT
Dry, light, fruity 23.5gr
Cryomaceration is undertaken at a temperature of 5 ° C. After many hours, the extraction from the grape skins takes place through soft pressing. This allows easier extraction of all the best grape characteristics and encourages the fruity, fresh flavours to develop before the fermentation process begins. It is then aged on lees (batonnage) for three months and placed in suspension. We age this light and fresh wine in steel barrels for 3 months then a further 3 months in the bottle.
The Bombino Nero grapes gives this wine a soft pink colour. It has an intense aroma of pomegranate and berries and is illuminated by delicate reflections of cherry. On the nose it is fruity with hints of black cherry and raspberry. It is well-structured and deeply flavoursome, leaving a soft, fresh taste in the mouth.
Serving temperature: 10° - 12°
From Puglia, Italy, with love❤️