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The Colle dei Marmi comes from Fiano grapes, a little popular grape in Lazio, but present since ancient times in the Castelli Romani area. Obtained from a careful selection of the grapes, the grapes undergo a de-stemming and subsequent sofficie delicate pressing. The fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature for about fifteen days. The maturation and aging on its lees take place partly in cement vats and partly in oak barrels for ten hectoliters for a period ranging from six to eight months. No filtration is carried out.
Great freshness, flavor and mineral notes with fruity return; It has a long taste-olfactory.
Aromas of ripe fruit with yellow flesh, pineapple, subtle nuances of vanilla and acacia honey.
Address: via Ponte Tre Armi, 25 – 00045 Genzano di Roma (RM)
Web site: aziendaagricolalerose.com
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Winemaker: Luca D'Attoma
The Farm Le Rose comes from a convinced and shared passion for the land and a piece of land bought in 2003 in the countryside of Velletri. This small estate on the sea front, nestled between the hills of the Castelli Romani, thanks to the leadership of a brave enologist Luca D'Attoma, we identified among the tradition, the geological past of our lands and the pursuit of quality, vines that could enrich and renew existing ones in our area.
To create delicate wines but rich, recognizable but not aggressive, we added to malvasia pimpled and Verdicchio, well known in our area, Fiano, already present in the past typical of volcanic areas, Petit and Gros Manseng, used for the late harvest, and cesanese.