Three new labels have been added to the seven Borgo delle Rose wines already available.
One of these is Rosè DOC. We’ve already talked about this wine, but an extra bit of information won’t harm anyone. Distinctive traits? Its particularly floral and delicately fruity aroma, with hints of apple and red berries, that marries perfectly with its dry, harmonious palate featuring a delicate and pervasive finish. Ideal as an aperitif, it is the perfect accompaniment for appetizers and finger foods. It pairs very well with seafood, ranging from fried to raw and moderately-elaborate second courses. It enhances the flavour of cured meats and cheeses, brings out the nuances of vegetable risottos and is perfect paired with white meats cooked at low temperatures.
The second new label is Cabernet Franc, featuring aromas of red fruits, blueberries and blackberries with grassy undertones. It is full-bodied and persistent yet elegant and refined, perfect with grilled meats and pasta dishes served with wild foul or game sauces.
The last new entry is Ribolla Ferma, delivering a dry and slightly acidic, fragrant and complex palate with very inviting scents of white flowers enriched by light notes of fruit and green apple. The best pairings? With seafood dishes, in particular fried fish; also excellent with vegetable recipes and mild cheeses. Then again, if you decide to sip it before a meal as an aperitif, get prepared to be more than satisfied.