Experience the beauty of a bright rosé that captures the legacy of the Tre Venezie wine region in Northeast Italy — Santa Margherita Rosé. Featuring Chardonnay from the mountainous area of Trentino, Sauvignon Blanc grown near the warm shores of the Adriatic Sea, and a touch of Venetian Pinot Nero for that delightful red fruit perfume and delicate hue, Santa Margherita Rosé is a tribute to our founder Count Gaetano Marzotto’s beloved Venetian Region, and a sophisticated wine that lends itself to all seasons.
While its iconic pale hue, reminiscent of a Venetian sunset, will captivate you, its delightful floral profile will please your palate, again and again.
Santa Margherita Rosé is lively and vibrant with fresh acidity and balance, with a pale pink hue and a uniquely light, floral taste derived from our meticulous vinification process.
The perfect accompaniment to most any meal, Santa Margherita Rosé pairs well with salads including classic Caesar and niçoise, appetizers, pasta and risotto dishes, grilled meats, seafood, and soft cheeses.
THE DETAILS MAKE THE DIFFERENCE
Santa Margherita Rosé is a tribute to Venice. In every sip, Santa Margherita’s homeland can be savored and appreciated in this delicate, bright, and sensual wine, thanks to the refinement of its fragrance. Its light pink hue comes from the perfect hint of Pinot Nero grapes. Each varietal is vinified (made into wine) separately in stainless steel before assemblage, a painstaking process, yet worth the effort for the amazing flavor profile we can achieve—and that can be appreciated in every sip.
Grapes: Chardonnay from the mountainous area of Trentino, Sauvignon Blanc grown near the warm shores of the Adriatic Sea, and a touch of Venetian Pinot Nero
Production zone: Mountainous area of Trentino, warm shores of the Adriatic Sea and Venetian Pinot Nero
Alcohol level: 12.5% vol.
Serving temperature: 50 – 54 °F
Recommended glass: Medium-sized, tulip-shaped, narrowing towards the rim
Harvest period: The harvest period starts in early September for Pinot Nero, followed by Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and other varieties.
Aging potential: 1-2 years, meant to be enjoyed fresh