The Brut Rosè version by Faiv is a walk by the sea: it tastes of the breeze, of vanilla and black cherry cones, of geraniums on the terraces. A goblet with watercolor tones where the balance between tannins is masterful and where the elegant freshness and the very fine perlage persist long after the sip. The trick of this Faiv in rosé is its iridescent personality: lively and acid like wild berries at times, silky and creamy like a mousse at others. After the harvest in August, a soft pressing follows, a first fermentation at controlled temperature with its own natural yeasts in steel tanks. It is then refermented in the bottle for a minimum of 8 and a maximum of 10 years. Faiv is then disgorged and measured out, and is finally ready to be served cold throughout the meal.
Variety : Native red grape
Castellinaldo d'Alba, deep in Roero. Under the wise guidance of the progenitor Sergio Marchisio, his children Fabio and Ivo work alongside them in the vineyard and in the cellar, and Elena, Marisa and Francesco where the wine happens and where everything else moves. Marchisio cultivates about twenty hectares trained on the Guyot system, mostly of Arneis, to which are added Barbera and Nebbioli, all organic and biodynamic. The hilly terrains are exposed to the south-east and consist mainly of calcareous marl and sandy soil of alluvial origin.