Fattoria Mani di Luna was founded by three friends (Rocco, Simone and Alessandro De Filippis) that started managing a 30 hectare farm in Umbria just out of pure passion and love for agriculture and nature. The winery is based in Torgiano, between 200 and 350 meters above sea level, an area where vines have been cultivated since the time of the Etruscans. The vines are planted in sandy soil which is rich in minerals and sediments left by the ancient lake Tiberinum, above a layer of sandstone.
A blend of 50/50 Sangiovese and Chenin Blanc (bet you haven't seen that blend before), the results are a deeply satisfying rosé with the structure, fruit and acidity of the Sangiovese married to the sexiness and perfume of a Chenin. You'll get some wild berry moments, some citrusy hints along with a smooth, light and inviting texture. Fresh but slightly savoury. Such an amazing aperitif wine and vin de soif.