With its well recognized yellow label, rotari's brut talento based on chardonnay grapes offers value and quality with toasty aromas of roasted almond, freshly baked bread and yellow fruit. The wine is creamy , and smooth with a touch of citrus freshness on the close. 89 points - Wine enthusiast magazine.
Rotari comes from the Dolomites in north-eastern Italy, and more precisely from the vineyards of Mezzacorona.
The name Rotari comes from the Lombard King Rotari who reigned from 636 to 652, and led numerous military campaigns, which brought almost all of northern Italy under the rule of the Lombard kingdom.
The Rotari Arte Italiana is a cuvée of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes. It is produced in the "Metodo Classico" and adheres to the strict quality standards mandated by the Trento D.O.C. guarantee. Rotari Arte Italiana is fermented in the bottle for 24 months.