The Le Rose agricultural company is a small, family-run biological company in which the biological vocation has always been considered the only productive method to be undertaken. Since 2011 the production of whites is entirely organic with a constant search for new techniques aimed at safeguarding the vine. One of the latest experiments was the use of seaweed extracts to replace sulfur and copper.
In their production the Colli dei Marmi is a very important wine because it represents the first cultivation and vinification of Fiano experimented in the Castelli Romani. Obtained from a scrupulous selection of grapes, the must ferments at a controlled temperature in large wooden and stainless steel barrels. The maturation and refinement on its lees take place in cement vats and large barrels
a period of six to eight months.
Colli dei Marmi has a straw yellow color with golden reflections, a fruity boquet with a strong presence of exotic fruits such as anans, but also yeasts and acacia honey. The taste is fresh, with a long persistence and a mineral note that contains a fruity return. Excellent with fish first courses and appetizers.
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Giallo paglierino con brillanti riflessi dorati.
Profumi di frutta matura a polpa gialla, ananas, lievi sfumature di vaniglia e miele d'acacia.
Spiccata sapidità con acidità equilibrata; secco, con una lunga persistenza.
0,75 L Standard
Scrupolosa selezione delle uve.
Genzano di Roma (RM)
Sulle proprie fecce avvengono in tini di cemento e botti grandi per un periodo di 6-8 mesi.
Il mosto fermenta a temperatura controllata in botti grandi di legno e inox.
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Name: Azienda Agricola Le Rose Winemaker name: Luca D'Attoma Address: via Ponte Tre Armi, 25 00045 Genzano di Roma (RM) Web Site: aziendaagricolalerose.com
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.