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Italian Rosé Wine

Lazio IGT Rosa merlot (2012)

Lupo

The Rosa Merlot comes from the Lupo cellars, which are located in southern Lazio, where the volcanic soils of the Alban hills and the influence of the Tyrrhenian Sea make vines particularly suitable for the...

€10.50

Maremma Toscana DOC Rosa Del Salto (2013)

Maremmalta

The rosé wine gets its colour from a particular process, part of the red wine must be picked and vinified in that of white. It has a fruity aroma and a pleasant dry taste. Served cold, it...

€11.60

Nieddera Della Valle Del Tirso IGT Nieddera Rosato (2013)

Contini

The term Nieddu in Sardinian means dark, and from here the term Nieddera, which is of ancient origin: a dark-skinned grape variety able to give intense coloured wines. The origins of this grape variety is not...

€8.90

Rosato Histonium IGT Rosato (2013)

Jasci & Marchesani

This Rosato Biologico Histonium IGP has been proposed by the Abruzzan winery Jasci & Marchesani. Produced with 100% Montepulciano d'Abruzzo grapes, reaches the ideal alcoholic volume of 12.5%. It is known by...

€8.00

Toscana IGT Macchiatonda (2012)

La Corsa

This wine obtains its name from the nature reserve of Macchiatonda, which is located on the coastal strip north of Lazio. The grape is obtained from Macchiatonda vines in the area of Monte...

€12.20

Toscana IGT Rosato di Toscana (2012)

Castello Monterinaldi

The Rosato of the Cantina Monterinaldi is produced with 100% Sangiovese grapes. This wine is quite versatile as you can enjoy it at different times of the day. It has a pinkish colour, a scent of red fruits, a...

€9.60

Umbria IGP Albarosa (2011)

Collespino

The name given to this wine, Albarosa, refers to its colour and its mellow flavour. It is made with Sangiovese grapes that give it its structure and Alicante grapes that enhance the flavour and colour. A pleasant...

€7.50

Rosè

The Italian Rosé wines are not as dark as the red wines, but the flavors do not fall short to any other variety.  Italian Rosé wines incorporate a touch of color by leaving the grape skins on during the fermentation process.  Ranging in sweetness levels, Rosé is for anyone who wants to take a moment aside for a savory treat.  Rosé is a popular wine for the warm months of summer, but it can also be a sunny addition to a dreary-weather day.