Puglia Rosé IGP 2018 - Morasinsi

Puglia Rosé IGP 2018 - Morasinsi
Winery Morasinsi
Region Puglia
Wine type Rosé
Classification IGP Puglia
Year 2018
Format 0.75
Alcohol 13.5%
Grapes 100% Montepulciano
Color Intense and brilliant cherry pink
Fragrance The nose is pleasant with delicious hints of strawberry and red berry fruits
Flavor Persistent juiciness in the mouth
Pairing It is both ideal for aperitif and during the meal. Our Rosato perfectly pairs with cured meats and dry/semi-dry tomatoes dishes. The pairing is also exceptional with shellfish and fish with red sauces.
Puglia Rosé IGP 2018 - Morasinsi
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In the first ten days of September, we harvest our Montepulciano grapes. The vines are fifteen year old vines and are trained with tendon which is the typical training system in Puglia.
The soil includes clay, limestone and humus and is characterised by the presence of crystal salts which give minerality to our wines.
It is a rosato produced with the skin contact technique: the winemaking process begins with the soft pressing of the grapes, which are then macerated with the skins for only one hour. The fermentation takes place in concrete tanks and the ageing continues in concrete for six months on the fine lees and for two months in the bottle.



“We cultivate native and international grapes with love and respect”


We are Morasinsi, young winegrowers in love with nature and viticulture. We make wine from our estate grown grapes with a commitment to traditional techniques whilst focusing on innovative practices througout the vineyard and the winery.


Morasinsi is the fantasy composition of our history. “M” is the “Murgia”, the great mother that acts as a terroir, which welcomes our vineyards and raises them with its unique soil and its warm and dry climate. “Insi” means “insieme” (= together), recalling the ensemble of the various inhabitants of the vineyard ecosystem: the vine that produces 
our grapes, the beneficials (bees, bumblebees and ladybugs) thanks to which we defend our plants in a natural way, the spontaneous plants that enrich the soil with natural fertility and give us many ingredients for our traditional dishes, and finally the man who respectfully works within nature.