Tasting Notes - Welcome to the world of Brachetto; a grape that may have originated in Provence, France, and an area that was under Italian control for a few hundred years. This is the wine you must try. Not because I say so, but because of how lovely it is. Wherever it came from it’s a flower-raspberry varietal and with some frizzante to it makes for a simply scrumptious treat. Medium ruby, inclined to the rosy. Very delicate, with a sign of rose. Sweet, soft, delicate, with a persistent froth. This is an aromatic wine, with a low alcohol content; it's very appreciated by the young people, because it can be drunk during the different parts of the day too. It matches the desserts, the strawberries and it can be drunk as aperitif.