The name of Latin origin contains the unique history of this wine obtained from red berried grapes vinified in white. A limited production.
White vinification is a particular type of vinification, the complex of operations that lead to obtaining the wine from the must, obtained by pressing the grapes after the harvest. The white vinification involves the immediate separation of the pomace and grape seeds from the crushed grapes. The pomace, that is the grape skins, contain most of the substances of polyphenolic origin which are responsible for the coloring of the wine, while the grape seeds contain most of the tannins that are transferred to the fermenting must. The white vinification therefore leads to obtaining white wines without tannins or with very low tannic contents.
A peculiarity that deserves to be tasted in combination with fish tastings.
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Rocca Le Caminate
Vinified in white
Rocca Le Caminate is located in Meldola (Provincia FC) and has been producing quality wines for decades thanks to its completely underground cellar, designed to house the entire wine production process.
Fermentation takes place in large stainless steel tanks at optimal and always controlled temperatures.
The batches with certain characteristics are left to age in French oak barrels. Before bottling, a mild filtering is carried out which allows to remove any small impurities.
Here Sangiovese, a vine that finds one of its highest expressions in this area, gives rise to wines that enchant those who let themselves be seduced. The wines that are produced, once poured into glasses, make us imagine the charm of the territory of which the sun, the soil and the man who cultivates it are the founding elements.