Mary Beth and Emanuele Gaiarin’s small, family-owned wine estate is located in the heart of the Lange region of Piedmont, Italy. The estate covers just a little more than three acres on a hillside across the valley from the village of Barbaresco.
Raspberry, currant and apple are all present on the nose. The palate provides more of the same with white peach, plum, and strawberry. This is not a fruit bomb, though; there’s good acidity and a touch of tannin on the finish that keeps this rosé crisp and dry.