2019 Monastero Suore Vitorchiano Ruscum
The monastery is about an hours drive North of Rome, and was opened in 1957.
This wine is a blend of Trebbiano, Malvasia and Verdicchio. Same story for the Coenobium. The only difference is that this wine spend 14 day on the skin. All grape are harvested together and co-fermented without added yeasts or temperature stabilization. It is aged on its fine lees in steel and fiberglass tanks, and bottled just before the next harvest without fining or filtering. More complex than the white version, but still very delicate. Tannins are barely perceptible. Dried apricot, black tea, orange candy. Very balance and incredibly easy to drink.