Beautiful pinkish tinge. The bouquet is intense and complex, with hints of fruits (peach, melon and blackberries) and undergrowth scents. On the palate it is full-bodied and velvety, with a pleasant acidity, sweet tannins and a finish rich in mineral sensations. With origins in Italy’s northeastern province of Friuli Venezia Giulia, Ramato (Italian for “auburn” or “copper”) wines are produced by macerating Pinot Grigio grape must with its skins. The skins’ pink hue give the wines color from a semi- pale pink to dark orange, depending on maceration time.