Cinthya is born at the bottom of the Foresta Umbra, a Unesco World Heritage Site. This rosé wine is as delicate as the moon that colors its clusters, its elegant floral and fruity notes, spread in the air, like the scent of a freshly picked rose, which together with its color, give life to the intense shades of the sunset. Cinthya wrapped in a brilliant rosy light, dances during the harvest, with bare feet and a violin in the hand, a young woman who speaks of innovation and tradition with the tambourine, transforming those grapes so loved by Don Giovanni into wine.
Denomination: Protected Geographical indication
Grapes: Nero di Troia 100%
Terrains: Altitude 150 to 250 m s.l.m; Mediterranean red soil, with the presence of humus, clay and strong presence of flint.
Vineyard: It is in Foresta Umbra a Unesco Patrimony, Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The vines are cultivated in espalier system with guyot method, leaving 6 to 10 buds for plant. Density 1.100 plants, 30 q ( in an hectare with more variety);
Harvesting: at the end of September;
Vinification: Maceration on the skins 24 -48 hours, followed by fermentation in stainless steel at a controlled temperature. Aging in tanks for two months and at least two months in bottle before release.
Analysis Data: alcohol 12,5% ABV, total acidity 7.5 g/l, pH 3.5
Food&Wine: Cinthya is elegant and fragrant with fruity notes of strawberries and blackberries combined with a delicate scent of rose, the flint give it a light sapidity and minerality that accompany the dishes without contrasting them from the sea to the land, it goes well with all the typical dishes of Mediterranean cuisine, such as cold and fresh seafood antipasti, raw seafood, roasted fish, fried fish, tuna, fish in soup, backed pasta in white sauce, young cheese, vegetables soup, white meat and carpaccio of meat.
Serve it in tulip-shaped goblets of medium size.
Cinthya is excellent at the temperature of 10-12° C.