There are rosès and then there are Rosès, and Elisabetta Fagiuoli’s Canaiuolo falls firmly into the latter category: Pale rose petal pink with brilliant antique rose petal reflections and white rim. The bouquet is deft and elegant, with clean minerality mingled with red berry fruit, wild cherries and hints of orange supported by greenish slightly vegetal accents and some gunflint. Harmonious and alive. On the palate it’s bright, with lively wild cherry fruit supported by citric mineral acidity and delicate tannins that have a warm flinty burr and flow into a fairly long sour flinty finish with underlying savory accents. Quite pleasant and will drink very well as an aperitif or a summer wine, at a picnic or cookout, or simply with friends. Expect it to go quickly.