Fiero Rosato Cantina Margò 2019
|Agricolture||biodynamic, lutte raisonnée, organic agriculture|
|Pairings||Stockfish, Eggs, Seasonal Vegetables, Fish soup|
The Rosato by Carlo Tabarrini comes from the vineyards where Lake Tiberino stood in the Pliocene era, which crossed the whole of Umbria. The rich lake bed has bequeathed a soil composed of marl, stone and clay. The vines that rest on this land have an average age of 25 to 50 years. The harvest is done manually, the grapes are de-stemmed and the must left in skins contact for about 5 days. As when the garagiste micro cellar stood on the outskirts of Perugia, even today the vinification continues in steel and fiberglass containers, with a small percentage in exhausted wooden barrels. There is no need for filtration and clarification, as the grapes arriving in the cellar are splendid.
Carlo Tabarrini is an extraordinarily gifted wine artisan who tenaciously pursued the dream of a lifetime starting from scratch in the literal sense: no owned vineyard, no favorable economic position, but only a lot of passion borrowed from his grandfather since childhood. he watched fascinated making wine for himself and his family. At first a worker at Perugina, at night he worked in a factory and during the day he looked after a rented vineyard just outside Perugia. Day after day it becomes the predominant passion, agronomic knowledge is refined and with awareness and determination to obtain authentic wines, of quality and without compromise as well as in total respect for natural processes. The cultivated varieties are Trebbiano, Grechetto and Sangiovese declined with marked personality and character. Extraordinarily lively wines, with an expressive and engaging trait, sometimes grumpy, but never premeditated or demonstrative. Today Carlo enjoys an incredible international success, in France and Japan above all, and his wines are among the most "talked about in the environment of natural viticulture". A little ....