Marama – Tămâioasă Roză
A grape that stands as a symbol of Segarcea, Tămâioasa Roză is a descendant of the Muscat family, adapted to the land of Oltenia. This variety was established on the market in the semi-sweet version, but we did not cease to experiment, discovering new values of it. This variety of dry wine was produced from selected grapes. The result is a young wine with complex aromas, reminiscent of roses and young red fruits.
The grapes, picked by hand, were peeled, crushed and kept for film maceration for 24 hours, at temperatures between 8° C - 10° C to extract colour and flavour. A light pressing followed and the stum obtained fermented slowly, for 30 days in stainless steel tanks, at controlled temperatures between 15ºC - 18ºC. The wine was matured on fine yeasts for 3-5 months.
Recommended serving temperature:
11ºC - 13ºC. Any deposits certify the minimum number of interventions that are made on the wine.