Archer Roose is proud to continue our work of pushing the boundaries within the wine industry by introducing our very special Rodi Rose. Unlike a traditional, Provence style rose, our Rodi rose is white wine made in contact with the grapes’ skins alongside the juice as it ferments. This results in a wine with a bold orange hue reminiscent of greek sunsets.
Our Rodi rose evokes a palate similar to Spanish ciders. Experience it for yourself by picking up a can and joining us as we explore what the world of wine has to offer when you dare to break away from tradition.
Marco, who is 29 years old, has been surrounded by winemaking his whole life. He grew up working on his family farms and vineyards in northern Italy and graduated early as a winemaker from the renowned Edmund Mach Foundation (formerly Istituto Agrario di San Michele all’Adige), one of the leading wine schools in Italy. In 2010, he received his masters in Viticulture and Oenology from the University of Udine. Before becoming the Head Winemaker at Casa Girelli, Marco worked as a winemaker and technical director in Italy (Trentino and Tuscany) and Germany. “The harvests are different each year. No vintage is ever the same,” Marco tells us. “My job is never boring.” Salud!