Lame Rosse

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Lame Rosse wines have been designed to surprise even the most difficult palates, and if that were not enough we have dedicated, thanks to the help of an artist and friend, to each of these wines, probably irreverent portraits that try to give those who drink them moments of cheerful carefree.
The wines are produced starting from the careful selection of the grapes grown, following the principles of organic farming, in the land of the farm located in the territory of Alcamo in north-western Sicily. Lands characterized by long expanses of rows of native and international vines. Those with red grapes: Nero d'Avola, Syrah and Merlot; and those with white grapes: classic Catarratto and glossy Catarratto.
This project in particular stems from the need to find out who wine is, what it represents and what it gives us.
Two friends, a winemaker and an artist, intertwine their passions and their ideas to try to bring out the soul of wine; they combine colors and art with the land and the centuries-old studies behind this magical liquid to investigate the truths of people, reveal the removed masks and human whims.
We create it, it helps us by entering into us, it makes us enjoy, feel emotion, change mood, change eyes, it prints a smile on our face.
With or without a party we feed on him, at the table for lunch or toasting the night.
We decided to use Art to dress this wine. Art reveals yourself and wine can help you open doors.
We like to share the fruit of our research so drink it all, enjoy and call us to do it again together ...

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