Merlot is a black-berry vine, whose name derives from the particular predilection that has its blackbird for its berries, it comes from the Gironde, in the South-West of France, and in particular from the Bordeaux area from which they are born (in a blend with Cabernet) some of the most prestigious wines in the world (Château Lafitte-Rothschild, Château Latour, Château Margaux). Château Petrus and Masseto are two examples of prestigious wines made exclusively from Merlot grapes. Merlot and chardonnay are among the so-called "international" French varieties, the most cultivated in every part of the world, thanks to their high adaptability.
'Rosastella' by Campo alle Comete is a Bordeaux blend and comes from three international grape varieties: merlot, cabernet sauvignon and syrah. Intriguing rosé, versatile and eclectic at the table, very pleasant. It is processed exclusively in stainless steel tanks, to maximize the peculiarities of the fruit and the territory. Rosé wine rich in aromas, which lets perceive notes of honeysuckle and fresh aromatic herbs, combined with sweet hints of cherry and raspberry. Balanced and fragrant, it is a rosé wine ideal with fish dishes, pizza, risotto, salami, shellfish and white meat.