"This rosé is made with certified organic Nero d"Avola grapes. No artificial fertilizers or pesticides are used in the vineyards. A "sexual confusion" pheromone technique and limited treatments of copper and sulfur prevent pest damage. In order to preserve valuable water, undersoil irrigation is used to minimize evaporation. Purato's environmental commitment extends into the winery. Purato uses eco-friendly packaging, made from recycled paper, pure vegetable ink on the labels and 85% recycled glass for the bottle."
"Bright pink color. A highly characterful, bright rosè, with tons of fresh red berry fruit aromas and flavors. Extremely pleasant, fresh and smooth sip. Lively and vibrant, it's perfect as an aperitif or a great choice with prawns."~Winery Notes
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Purato is a line of certified organic wines from Vittoria in southern SicilyThe vineyards and winery have undergone strenuous controls into to obtain organic certification from Bioagricert, whose certifications are recognized in the United States. Purato celebrates the regions unique micorclimate and extensive winemaking history. Lying close to the Mediterranean, Purato's vineyards benefit from cooling sea breezes. The estate's soil consists of a layer of light, red, sandy loam (terra rossa) resting on top of a limestone base, which helps retain vital water. In order to preserve this rich terroir, only natural techniques are used to assist cultivation. While the abundant wind and scarce rainfall naturally protect against pest, infestations are further prevented through limited copper and sulfur treatments and "sexual confusion" pheromone traps. In addition, only natural fertilizers are used to avoid introducing chemicals into the topsoil. Subterranean irrigation is utilized to prevent evaporation, thereby maximizing water efficiency. To further emphasize Purato's commitment to the stewardship of Sicily's land, Purato's packaging is entirely eco-friendly; labels are made using recycled paper and vegetable dyes, cartons are made from recycled paper and the bottles are 85% recycled glass.