Botter Wines

Ca' Lunghetta Pinot Grigio Rosato IGT 2023

DOC Delle Venezie, Veneto, Italy

100% Pinot Grigio | 12% ABV


Discover this rose blush wine from Botter wines with lots of appeal, exuding the pale pink. Pinot Grigio is actually a slightly pink variety ("grigio" means "grey" and indicates a variety that is "tinted", neither white nor black but something in between). This succulent, fruity gem is made from macerating the skins, so it remains light in colour but shows all the fruit appeal of the varietal.

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The elegant bouquet has intense notes of acacia flowers, pear, raspberry and strawberry. Dry, soft and well balanced on the palate round and full bodied structure.

Service: Serve at 10-12°C.

Food Pairing: Excellent with boiled meats and fowl and fish dishes. In general Ideal as an aperitif.

The winemaker Marco Flacco Breve began his oenological career by enrolling at the University of Ancona where he graduated in Viticulture and Oenology in 1999. Immediately after his studies he began working with several Cooperative Cellars in Abruzzo until 2001 when he accepted the position of Assistant Winemaker at Farnese Wines developing the company's projects in the regions of Southern Italy with particular attention to the areas: Abruzzo, Puglia, Sicily, Campania and Basilicata. The spirit of growth and its skills led him to collaborate with cellars internationally in Australia (Margaret River), South Africa (Cape Town), Argentina (Mendoza). Since 2014 he has been responsible for the Vinification operations in Sicily, Puglia, Campania and Abruzzo with coordination activities of the CVCB Group of Oenologists.

This 1500 hectare vineyard in the region of Veneto is temperate, mitigated by the sea. The chain of the Alps protects it from the northern winds. Winters are cold and wet, summers are hot and sultry with medium temperature excursions.

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Botter Wines demonstrates a mature and comprehensive approach to sustainability that extends across environmental, social, and economic dimensions. Environmentally, they have achieved Certified Organic status and adhere to the EQUALITAS 3E Certification, which not only signifies sustainable agricultural practices but also illustrates a commitment to reducing environmental impacts at every step of their production chain. For instance, their efforts to minimize polluting emissions and waste, alongside the responsible use of energy, exemplify proactive steps towards environmental conservation.

Socially, the company's dedication to ethical practices is highlighted by their adherence to the ETHICAL TRADE AUDIT SMETA SEDEX, ensuring responsible labour practices and contributing positively to their local community. This is further augmented by their family-run ethos, which emphasizes the well-being and development of both their customers and community stakeholders.

Economically, Botter Wines places a strong emphasis on customer satisfaction through quality and service. The company's growth into one of the largest exporters of Italian wine demonstrates their success in maintaining economic sustainability while expanding their market presence globally. This expansion has been guided by principles of integrity, respect, and a commitment to building long-lasting relationships with international customers and regional suppliers.

Botter Wines' sustainability approach is not only evident through their certifications and policies but also through their tangible actions such as the selection of native grape varieties, innovative packaging solutions, and an asset-light business model that enhances flexibility and market responsiveness.

Overall, the company's near-century of evolution and adaptation indicates a deeply ingrained culture of sustainability. By marrying tradition with forward-looking innovation, Botter Wines has positioned itself as a responsible steward of the environment and a proactive member of the global wine community, setting a strong example for the industry.

Rosè | Still | 75cl | 12% ABV | SO2 67mg/L

Recognition: 2021 - VINIUM, 2020 - The Global Master's Rose Master - Silver.

Cellaring: Drinking well now, will continue to develop for 2 years.

Vinification: After crushing, skins are macerated for about 12 hours at a controlled temperature to extract the right amount of colour to obtain its characteristic pinkish tint. The resulting juice ferments in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature between 16 - 18°C to preserve its freshness and aromatic notes. The wine is stored at 17-18°C in stainless steel tanks until bottling.

  • Vegan - Practising (Uncertified)

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