Masserei rosato is a wine produced with 100% Negroamaro grapes. It is a D.O.P. of Nardò in the Salento area, in Puglia. The grapes are harvested by hand and delicately replicated in small ventilated boxes to preserve their integrity. In the cellar, the same is then further selected on a modern sorting table to ensure the use of only the best bunches. Maturation takes place in steel at a controlled temperature.
The wine presents a captivating shade that opens the way to a hail of flowers and red fruits ready and crunchy that invades the nose with a curious dynamism.
The taste is presented with a casual sip, pleasantly fresh, expands that fruitfulness by marking the steps of a slow walk in the memories that caress the palate refreshed by breaths imbued with a savory air, the quintessence of a land jealously embraced by two seas. A young and sincere wine that does not engage the soul, but quenches its thirst.
Diploma of Great Mention at Vinitaly
High-Quality Diploma at the Merano Wine Fest
Diploma of Merit from the Puglia Region
Diploma for Rosè selected at Rosalento
Diploma of Merit from Rosè of Italy
We recommend combining MASSEREI with dishes of a different nature. For example, it goes perfectly with both sea and land appetizers, first and second courses of fish or white meats, fresh cheeses, pizza. MASSEREI also perfectly accompanies Japanese cuisine such as Sushi or Sashimi.
According to Lorenzo Colombo on LucianoPignataro.it, Masserei 2014: “Negroamaro in purity, from fifteen-year-old vines, vinified in steel. Orange, bright, medium intensity pink color. On the nose, withered flowers, hay, with small fruits of the forest in the background. Fresh on the palate, savory, mineral, with good persistence. A very pleasant rosé with an uncommon taste. ”
Masserei 2010 scored 87 points on WineEnthusiast.
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