Toscana IGT Rosato "Pulcella" 2018 - Tenuta Scrafana

Toscana IGT Rosato "Pulcella" 2018 - Tenuta Scrafana
-43 %
Prizes & Awards
Sakura Japan Women's Wine Award Gold 2020
Decanter Bronze 2020
Winery Tenuta Scrafana
Region Toscana
Wine type Rosé
Classification Toscana IGT Rosato
Year 2018
Format 0.75
Alcohol 13%
Grapes Sangiovese 100%
Color Bright, lively pink color.
Fragrance Intense bouquet with aromas of fresh red fruit, black cherries, wild strawberries and raspberries, spring flowers, violet, rose and peony.
Flavor Dynamic taste of elegant structure, well balanced by softness, freshness and flavor that make it appealing and pleasant to the palate thanks to the mineral note that enlivens the final persistence with fruity returns.
Pairing Salmon carpaccio, panzanella, seafood risotto, spaghetti with tomato sauce. Excellent as an aperitif.
Toscana IGT Rosato "Pulcella" 2018 - Tenuta Scrafana
Ex Tax: 6,28€
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Bright pale pink in colour. An intense bouquet offering delicate fresh red fruit notes of black cherry, wild strawberry and raspberry with spring flower hints of sweet violet, rose and peony.

A combination of finesse and intensity, characteristics that resemble the heroine who inspired its name, the beautiful Sandrina Mari, “Pulcella del Valdarno” (“Maid of Valdarno”), who is featured on the label. A noble figure who was a fighter and a patriot, the young Alessandra, known as Sandrina, had the courage to challenge Napoleon, leading a volunteer army from Arezzo she’d recruited to defend the Grand Duchy of Tuscany.



Winemaking tradition has always been a permanent feature of Tenuta Scrafana, set within the unique landscape of the Montevarchi hills, and the agricultural calling of this land is attested by history.

Indeed, Tenuta Scrafana has been around since ancient times, and today 20 of its 50 hectares of land are vineyards. It also includes approximately 300 olive trees as well as a small, precious orchard of ancient tree varieties. 

Every single Scrafana product is a tribute to this magnificent land, and especially to the town of Montevarchi. That's why the prehistoric elephant was chosen as the Estate's symbol. This magnificent pachyderm, which roamed the area around two million years ago, with its fossil remains preserved in the Museo Paleontologico di Montevarchi (Montevarchi Paleontological Museum), encapsulates the unique magic of a “middle-earth” that's steeped in history and culture which, since the dawn of time, has seen the passage of heroes, wayfarers and pilgrims. One of them was the great Hannibal who travelled across Italy with elephants to challenge Rome.