Italian Wines - selected by Quattrocalici
The wine "Mufìt" is a Trebbiano, for sure one of the most interesting wines of the producer Cà Rossa. The winemaking company Cà Rossa is located in one of the most beautiful wine areas of the Italian province of Forlì-Cesena and of the wine region Emilia-Romagna. The wine “Mufìt” of Cà Rossa as a Trebbiano, is characterized by its original and intriguing tasting profile. The wine "Mufìt" of Cà Rossa is a white, Still wine and dry wine, produced with Trebbiano Romagnolo grape varieties, as a wine-style belonging to the Forlì IGT appellation. The winemaker Cà Rossa has been included in the Quattrocalici Wine Guide as one of the most interesting cellars in the Italian province of Forlì-Cesena. The area in which Cà Rossa is located is traditionally and historically suited to winemaking, and here smooth, perfumed wines of great character are produced. The large number of aknowledgments and awards tributed to the winemakers of the Forlì-Cesena province convinced them to invest additional resources in the territory, aiming to further increase the quality of the wines and win new markets worldwide. The wines of Cà Rossa as the Trebbiano “Mufìt”, are characterized by proper alcohol and sugar content and good fixed acidity, fineness of aromas and persistence. Cà Rossa produces around 2000 bottles of the wine "Mufìt", making this one of the most important wines among the production range the producer brings to the market.