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Pasini San Giovanni
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Rosé Wine
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Denomination and Grapes
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0,75 Litres
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12% vol
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Service temperature
11 / 12 ° C
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Appetizers, Cheese, Fish

Tasting Note

It is the first rosé of Valtènesi produced exclusively with the Groppello grape, grown within the Gardagolf, following the dictates of organic viticulture. A wine from perfume rose floral with light vinous notes. The colore is soft coral pink, with a taste savory and juicy, with a slight characteristic spiciness and good persistence.

Tasting Guide

Il Rosé Wine it does not have high amounts of polyphenols and tannins and therefore goes consumed young, usually by two years after bottling, to prevent it from losing its characteristics of color, aroma and perfume. The most rosé wines young and light full-bodied (usually also colored) should be served as young whites at a temperature between 10 ° -12 ° C. While those with greater body, alcohol e tannins, as the most important whites should be served among the 12 ° -14 ° C.

Recommended pairings

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Il Rosé Wine is a wine from throughout the meal, this can be combined with dishes of greater structure: medium-aged cheeses, filate pasta, sliced, oily fish e white meat o roast without excessive succulence. While a more rosé wine longilieno e vertical it pairs perfectly with delicates antipasti di mare, a risotto or a nice plate of pasta with delicate toppings.

Founded by Andrea Pasini in 1958 and still run in the family today, in the third generation of winemakers, Pasini San Giovanni expresses the typicality of Lake Garda in every bottle, thanks to the 36 hectares of vineyards owned, between Valtènesi and Lugana, on the Brescia coast of Lake Garda. Supported by a photovoltaic system since 2009 and by the carbon footprint assessment project, the winery and the entire company management are ever closer to achieving full sustainability. The company today has two names, one obviously linked to the Pasini family who created and always managed the company, the other linked to the local toponym where the Cascina San Giovanni stands, called San Giovanni locality and linked to the church of San Giovanni located in Palude, a hamlet of Puegnago not far from Raffa. "Wine is good if it comes from a good land ". And if the land has been delivered to us good it is our duty to leave it to those who will come after us possibly better than when we got it. Viticulture and local wine therefore, in name and in fact, as long as they represent their natural manifestation and not a spectacular forcing. Parallel to the investments in the vineyard and in the cellar, in 2009 the production of energy on its own began (thanks to the photovoltaic system on the roof of the cellar) and a long process of analysis of the production chain that culminated in 2012 led us to the certification. carbon footprint, i.e. the weight in terms of greenhouse gas emissions of the entire company production. Analyzing ourselves deeply allowed us to start eliminating some inconsiderate behaviors for the purposes of environmental impact (from fertilization with chemical elements to the use of heavy bottles) to arrive in 2014 at the official conversion to organic farming with the aim of promoting viticulture and a natural enology, because controlled in every aspect and strongly linked to the territorial balance itself. "


Map of Italy in the Lombardy del Vino region

La Lombardy it is about 24.000 sq km, it is a very extensive territory that includes areas with completely different characteristics from each other both from the point of view of the soil and the climate. There are flat, mountainous, hilly areas and some particularities such as the very particular microclimate present in the Lake Garda, is a region that offers excellent niches from the point of view of viticulture, in fact the wines of the region have a worldwide reputation. In Valtellina the main grape varieties are the Nebbiolo, fussy and Rossola, they are all black berried. In the area ofBeyond Pavese we have the Croatina, Barbera, Bonarda, Pinot Noir, Riesling Italico, Moscati and Malvasie. The territory Franciacorta, where Lake Iseo is located, is famous for its Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc and Chardonnay. Finally, we have the area of ​​the Mantovani Hills with the Marzemino, Sangiovese and Groppello. In our online wine shop you can buy the finest wines of this beautiful region.

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