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MYRò ... is the first registered trademark in Italy that selects and offers its customers only rosé wines, created in unique and enchanting terroirs.
First of all, it is based on the concept of excellence and quality research, attention in the production chain, exclusivity without seeking mass production, respect and ethics using the resources of the territory, of purity, enhancing the selected grapes.
Cherry-red in color, with a fine perlage, it attracts with its hints of small red fruits, fresh flowers and a lively citrus note. With a fresh and slightly savory taste, it is ideal for an aperitif, paired with appetizers, risottos and delicate dishes based on fish, crustaceans and molluscs.
We are four women – emotional and sensitive with deeply felt values and diverse stories but one thing in common: since we discovered the unique quality of this Tenuta Castellaro microcosm we have found it difficult to leave. Our work, and what we believe in, is a land packed with history, tradition, culture and wonder.
History teaches us to get to know, appreciate and be proud of our roots and our land. Even if we are not originally from this area we fell immediately in love with its breath-taking views ranging from the hills to the Alpine foothills, the magical air at dawn in the first days of summer, the strength and tenacity of the vines, the woodland animals and the fragrances the area is suffused with.
We chose this estate, this place, this history, this atmosphere because they are capable of making it not simply elegant but unique. The area’s hills are older than its Euganei and Berici neighbours and the soil is volcanic in origin and made up principally of limestone and marls. These are the ideal characteristics with which to exalt the mineral personality of our sparkling wines.
They are so perfect, in fact, that as far back as the Middle Ages the Benedictine monks who settled here and on these gentle hills and Mt Castellaro expertly farmed vines on it, obtaining unique and memorable results. And then once again in the 1600s when the wines of this area were called “as delicate as Perseghina Malvasia and as generous as the Polish Muscat” by historian Barbarano up to today with the rediscovery of this precious estate with its age old wine vocation.