Rosato Umbria Mevante 2018
Introducing Mevante’s delicious rosé wine, made from 100% Sagrantino grapes grown in the picturesque vineyards of Bevagna in Umbria, Italy. With a delicate pink hue and aromas of wild strawberries, this wine offers a well-balanced taste of acidity and minerality, with a slightly salty and moderately glyceric finish. Perfect for summer, it pairs well with salads, grilled fish, chicken, and light cheeses.
Duck, salmon or lamb ham.
Indulge in the delicious rosé wine from Mevante. Made from 100% Sagrantino grapes, this wine comes from vineyards located in the municipality of Bevagna, with a southeast exposure at 250 meters above sea level. The vines are about 20 years old and grow in a soil of clay interspersed with marly arenaceous formations, fluvial lacustrine deposits, and silt. The training system is Guyot with a planting density of 5,400 per hectare.
The grapes are handpicked in crates from the third week of August, and vinification and aging take place in stainless steel tanks and bottles for about 3 months. The rosé wine has a delicate onion-colored pink hue and gives off scents of wild strawberries. The taste is well balanced between acidity and minerality, with a slightly salty and moderately glyceric finish.
This delightful rosé wine from Umbria is perfect for summer and pairs well with dishes such as salads, grilled fish, chicken, and light cheeses. Discover the unique flavors and aromas of the region with Mevante’s rosé wine.
Wine style: Rose wine
Volume: 750 ml
Drinkable from 2021 till 2025
Serve: 15 °C
Food pairing: Duck, salmon or lamb ham.
Shipment: In stock (very limited production of 3000 bottles)
Discover the delightful wines of Mevante, a winery nestled in the hills of Bevagna in the heart of the Sagrantino di Montefalco production area. Paolo and Antonella Presciutti are the proud owners of this establishment and are a brother and sister duo with a passion for producing wines from native Umbrian grapes: Sagrantino, Grechetto, and Trebbiano.
The winery produces around 60,000 bottles annually, including the prestigious Montefalco Sagrantino DOCG, Montefalco Rosso DOC, Grechetto DOC, and Birbantéo. At Mevante, the wine is produced with respect for the land and using traditional methods to preserve the characteristic aromas and flavors of the region.
Mevante’s cellar is located on the east side and takes advantage of the natural slope of the hills for gravity decantation. The rooms designated for wine aging are underground, providing natural temperature and humidity control, allowing the wines to mature slowly and naturally with low energy consumption.
Mevante is a family-run business where brother and sister Paolo and Antonella Presciutti have been involved in wine production and the preservation of the Umbrian territory for decades. Their passion and dedication are evident in every aspect of their production process and have led to the creation of world-class wines.
Come and taste the delicious wines of Mevante and discover the unique flavors of Umbria. Order a bottle of Birbantéo, Montefalco Sagrantino DOCG, Montefalco Rosso DOC, or Grechetto DOC today and enjoy the finest wines Italy has to offer.
Nestled in the heart of Italy lies Umbria, a region rich in history, culture, and enchanting landscapes. With rolling hills, medieval towns, and a long-standing tradition of winemaking, Umbria is a true paradise for wine lovers, foodies, and travelers seeking authentic Italian experiences.
The wine regions of Umbria are renowned for their high-quality production and unique flavors. Montefalco, a historic town, is famous for its robust Sagrantino wines, which boast a deep color and complex palate. Montefalco Rosso, made from Sangiovese, Sagrantino, and other local grapes, is another popular wine from the region.
Orvieto, a picturesque town, is known for its delicious white wines, made primarily from Grechetto and Trebbiano grapes. Orvieto Classico, a refreshing white wine, is perfect for hot summer days.
Torgiano, a charming town, is home to the renowned Lungarotti winery and is known for its Torgiano Rosso Riserva, an elegant red wine made from Sangiovese and Canaiolo grapes.
But Umbria is not just about wine. The region is home to many fascinating tourist destinations that reflect its rich history and culture. In the town of Assisi, the birthplace of Saint Francis, visitors can explore the beautiful Basilica of Saint Francis and admire the stunning frescoes by Giotto.
Perugia, the capital of Umbria, is a vibrant university town with stunning architecture and the annual Umbria Jazz Festival. Spoleto, a historic town, is famous for its impressive Roman and medieval monuments, including the Roman theater, the Duomo, and the Ponte delle Torri.
And no visit to Umbria is complete without experiencing the culinary delights of the region. From the world-famous black and white truffles to the delicious Prosciutto di Norcia and the beloved Pecorino cheese, Umbria offers a wealth of authentic and flavorful dishes made with locally sourced ingredients.
Whether you are seeking the perfect glass of wine, a glimpse into history and culture, or a delicious culinary adventure, Umbria has something to offer for everyone. Discover the enchanting beauty and charm of this hidden gem and experience the magic of Umbria for yourself.