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Cecilia Beretta FREEDA Rosé 2018

The name 'FREEDA' is dedicated to the Scandinavian cousin of the countess Cecilia Beretta from Verona, who gives the name to the boutique winery owned by the Pasqua family. This rosé is obtained from the skilled blending of Corvina, Sauvignon Blanc and Carménère grapes grown around the southern shores of Lake Garda. After being harvested by hand, the grapes are pressed together. Contact with the red grape skins creates the soft, elegant salmon colour, technically known as “onion skin”. After fermentation the wine remains on the lees for one month before being bottled. A delicate pale rosé in colour, 'FREEDA' is a fantastic combination of spice and fruity aromas. On the nose there are upfront aromas of sour cherry, raspberry and green peppercorn; on the palate great minerality and freshness with a structured body and long harmonious finish.

Wine File
Producer:
Cecilia Beretta
Country:
Italy
Region:
Veneto
Sub Region:
Trevenezie IGT
Style:
Rosé Wine
Primary Grape(s):
Corvina
Bottle Size:
75cl
Alcohol:
12.5%
Closure:
Natural Cork
Contains Sulphites:
Yes
Units Per Bottle:
9.38
£14.50

The Producer Cecilia Beretta | The Veneto

Cecilia Beretta is a small, family-run wine estate based near Verona in north-east Italy’s Veneto wine region. Set up in the 1980s as a viticultural research centre by prominent local winemaking family Pasqua, Cecilia Beretta...

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