A rosé wine that comes from young vines in a volcanic soil in the South of Italy. Luca and Sara Carbone created something rare. The body is typical of Aglianico, but freshness and drinkability make the Rosa Carbone unique.
Grapes are handpicked in the first week of October. Winemaking is made with a short maceration for a few hours, just enough to extract the right colour and body, without making any clarifications. After pressing, the wine is transferred into stainless steel tanks where the alcoholic fermentation can complete.