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The Provence style of rosé has taken the world by storm, but that doesn't mean to say that the elegant, smooth, lightly fruity style is limited to Southern France...oh no! On the shores of Lake Garda, in Italy's Northeast, the Chiaretto rosé style has been produced for decades and this pale pink example from Selva Capuzza is up there with the best. A blend of native grape varieties, including Groppelo and Marzemimo, the Chiaretto rosé offers summer drinkers the chance to take a step off the beaten track, but with confidence that this crisp, lifted, and delicately fruity wine delivers on all fronts. Soft raspberry notes are accompanied by a hint of wild flowers and a zingy citrus backbone. The palate is silky, refreshing and so delicious when ice cold. Transport yourself to the shores of Lake Garda with this Chiaretto Rosé from Selva Capuzza.
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