Brand: Kettmeir
Code: SPKETROS14

Rosè Athesis metodo classico millesimato 2014

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The harvest is done in half, late September. The Pinot Nero grapes, which represent the dominant part of the cuvée, are vinified as a rosé wine, with a brief maceration on the skins and subsequent soft pressing. This latter operation is also used for the Chardonnay grapes, which come from zones that offer outstanding fruit for making sparkling wines. The two varieties are fermented separately, at a controlled temperature of 15-16 °C (59-61 °F). Once the cuvée has been created in the spring, the liqueur de tirage is added to the base wine. This triggers off the second fermentation in bottle, which takes place at a cellar temperature of 11-12 °C (52-54 °F). The resulting wine remains on its lees for at least 22 months, before being disgorged and released onto the market. It has a pale pink color with peach-tinged highlights and a fine, persistent perlage. Its nose displays fruity, raspberry-like notes and suggestions of sweet spices, along with attractive yeasty hints. It is elegant and lively on the palate, with a graceful freshness and delicate creaminess that underpin persistent sensations of wild berries and aromatic herbs. An intriguing aperitif, it also goes well with fish and seafood hors d’oeuvres, especially when they are pink in color, such as in the case of salmon, shrimp and scampi. It also shows at its best when drunk throughout a meal of elaborate fish dishes. Try it with oriental cuisine, and with spicy recipes in general. Serve at 6-8°C. Contains sulphites

Technical details
Denomination Alto Adige DOC
Years 2014
Grapes type Pinot nero, Chardonnay
Type Sparkling
Aging Steel
Color Pale pink color with peach reflections
Alcohol 12,5%
Bottle size 0,75 L
Scents Its nose displays fruity, raspberry-like notes and suggestions of sweet spices, along with attractive yeasty hints. It is elegant and lively on the palate, with a graceful freshness and delicate creaminess that underpin persistent sensations of wild berries and aromatic herbs.
Food matching An intriguing aperitif, it also goes well with fish and seafood hors d’oeuvres, especially when they are pink in color, such as in the case of salmon, shrimp and scampi. It also shows at its best when drunk throughout a meal of elaborate fish dishes. Try it with oriental cuisine, and with spicy recipes in general.
Awards Gambero Rosso: 1 glass Luca Maroni: 88/100 points Veronelli: 87/100 points Bibenda 4 Grapes Veronelli: 2 stars
Serving temperature 6-8°C