The Frappato is one of the red grape varieties that grow further south in Europe. Its historical origins are is Victoria, the youngest city in the Ragusa area, lying at the bottom of the Ibleo plain. This grape variety is suitable for the production of red wines with low color intensity, which is typical of a young red wine.
100% Frappato. The grapes are grown in the Acate area, where the main feature of the soil is the sandy texture. Here soils are mostly composed of red, melted sand with no frame and moderate depth. The Frappato single varietal offers an exuberant vivacity and shows a remarkable aromatic bouquet to enhance young wines with floral and fruity aromas.
Tinchitè rosé presents a warm cherry color, with pronounced ruby and violet notes. It reveals a profusion of fresh floral scents such as geranium, raspberry, blackberry, wild strawberry, red currant and pomegranate.
Tinchitè rosé is a very versatile wine and it is perfect with cold cuts, fresh cheeses, pizza and tasty fish dishes. It is at its best young, when its fragrant taste and fruity notes are fully expressed.