This is the story about Davide and Marco. They have been friends since they were 3 years old, and although they took different roads at times, they found each other again during college. Since then, they began their journey into the world of wine.
Their wines are made simply by spontaneously fermented grapes. They don’t add anything else, no clarifying agents or filtration. Residual lees and grape skins are indicators of a genuine and natural process, necessary to keep the wines alive.
"Rosh is our dialect to say “Rosso” (red). The idea is to give an immediate expression for a red wine that could be drunk every day on every occasion, even a bit cold"
Rosh is a wine produced following the Abruzzo tradition using mainly red Montepulciano grapes with a small part of white Trebbiano grapes, to give freshness and great drinkability.
Semi-carbonic fermentation, obtained by pressing the whole grapes poured into the cement tank with the feet; submerged cap fermentation for a week, then pressed and left to refine first in cement then in steel and fiberglass.
Tastes like: Cherries, dark berries, mouthwatering acids, med/low tannins. Juicy as hell but still serious.