Kèrmes, Rosso Piceno - 2018

Winemaker : Accadia
| Region : Marche

The name Kèrmes refers to the intense red pigment, a tincture obtained in a totally natural way. The same philosophy underlies the production of the homonymous wine: an unfiltered product, obtained in a natural way from the best red grapes of the estate. Round, it offers intense aromas of red fruits. Perfect pairing with beans and pancetta.

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€14.05
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Wine tasting advice

Garnet Red
Spicy aromas of red and black fruits. Light balsamic notes.
Round, with soft tannins. Nice nose to mouth correspondence. Fresh final note.

Vinification

Treading, destemming and skin maceration of approximately 15 days. No filtration or clarification. Ageing in stainless steel tanks, then in bottle.

Terroir

Hilly terrain. Clay-limestone soil.

Appellation : Rosso Piceno DOC
Garde : 10 ans
0.75 L
% 12.0
16°-18°

Le vigneron

Painter and sculptor, winemaker since 1983, Angelo Accadia left Milan to establish his workshop in Castelli di Jesi, one of the most dedicated regions of Marche to wine production. Today with his daughter Evelyn, he considers wine as an art, a mode of expression in his own right. The Accadia winery works in organic viticulture and its “Winecolors” range offers natural, unfiltered wines.Painter and sculptor, winemaker since 1983, Angelo Accadia left Milan to establish his workshop in Castelli di Jesi, one of the most dedicated regions of Marche to wine production. Today with his daughter Evelyn, he considers wine as an art, a mode of expression in his own right. The Accadia winery works in organic viticulture and its “Winecolors” range offers natural, unfiltered wines.

Garnet Red
Spicy aromas of red and black fruits. Light balsamic notes.
Round, with soft tannins. Nice nose to mouth correspondence. Fresh final note.

Vinification

Treading, destemming and skin maceration of approximately 15 days. No filtration or clarification. Ageing in stainless steel tanks, then in bottle.

Terroir

Hilly terrain. Clay-limestone soil.