Winery: Cantina Ortaccio
Grape variety: 80% Procanico 85%, 20% Sangiovese
Alcohol: 12,5% vol
Wine making: spontaneous fermentation without temperature control with its own natural yeasts and without the aid of other oenological products. Grapes with short maceration on the skins
Aging: in chestnut and oak barrels of third passage with walls reworked to remove them from the previous refinements; the decreased thickness also provides greater oxygenation to the wine during the aging.
Serve at: 10-14° C
Food matches: appetizers of not very tasty fish; white soup of moscardini; white sea salad.
About him: he's a red disguised as a white, but for others it could be a white with the appearance of a red...in any case it's always Pocorosso! In preview we present the new creation by Massimo Antonuzzi, a rosé obtained from the short joint maceration of both white and red grapes for an irreverent and wild wine, with a volatile that mixed with high minerality makes it super drinkable and gives a unique and unrepeatable! WILD EXPERIENCE!!!