Rossese Dee Sommariva
Rossese Dee Sommariva is a sweet and fruity red wine, with balanced structure and perfect with traditional Ligurian dishes. Deè Sommariva, Rossese D.O.C. of the Ligurian Riviera combines the fullness of our Ligurian local wine with the authenticity and attention to the environment of the BIO certification.
Also known as Rossese di Ventimiglia, Rossese di Dolceacqua, Roccese, Rossese di Albenga. The historical data of the presence of Rossese in Liguria start from the early 19th century, especially in Ventimiglia and Albenga areas. Sommariva’s Family worked on it since the beginning.
The Rossese DOC di Dolceacqua was the first in Liguria, in 1972, and it is the one who helped to create Rossese fame. the wine is recommended in the provinces of Imperia and Savona.
It has a Bunch of medium-small size, pyramidal, winged, more or less sparse, with a medium grape and a thin skin. Violet blue-black color, from October in the DOC Dolceacqua area, lighter color and grape harvested earlier in the Albelga area. Rossese winemaking is in red, dry. Rossese di Dolceacqua has a more ruby color or less intense, with garnet reflections and white nails, floral perfumes, spicy, berries, which are repeated on the palate, with good structure especially in the Superior version. The Rossese Riviera Ligure di Ponente (also Albenganese) has a ruby color, floral bouquet, delicate and vinous, dry, soft flavor with hints of rose and strawberry. Reference denomination: Rossese di Dolceacqua or Dolceacqua – also Superiore – in the valleys of the far western Liguria: val Nervia, valle Roia, val Verbone Riviera Ligure di Ponente provinces of Imperia and Savona.
Organoleptic profile: Rossese Dee Sommariva
- Aroma:floral perfumes, spicy, berries.
- Flavor:Dry, savory, full-bodied, justly tannic flavor. The maturation confers softness, greater balance, enrichment of subtle and fine perfumes.
- Prizes and awards: none.
- Serving suggestions: Excellent with roasts, boiled meats, Marche salami, aged cheeses and truffles.