Brachetto is best known for semi-sparkling sweet wines from Piemonte's Acqui region, though the varietal did not start our in that style. Matteo Correggia is one of only a handful of producers bringing Brachetto back to its roots as a dry red wine. The aromas are intoxicating with exotic floral notes of rose water, violets, and raspberries dominating background tones of backing spices. The acidity is bright and sunny, effortlessly lifting its light-bodied, mineral, and juicy texture before it finishes crisp and dry with a very minimal tannin presence that leaves behind a floral touch. This is a juicy and fun red wine that drinks more like a white. Best served with a slight chill.
Vino da Tavola Rosso
Sand, silt and calcareous clay
Fermented and aged for 8 months in stainless steel.