Fenici Rose
classification

DOK Malta – Denominazzjoni ta’ Origini Kontrollata

varietal/s
Cabernet Sauvignon & Syrah of Malta
tasting notes

Fenici Rosé has a vibrant, purple-pink colour; strawberry and cherry aromas with floral notes; and a fresh and well-balanced acidity.

vintage report

This vintage was characterized by a very wet winter, which has helped have a good water retention in the soil to guarantee regular sprouting. The spring temperatures have been similar to the seasonal averages and this has favored a normal succession of vegetation growth. In summer maturation was slow and has continued throughout the month of August and compared to the previous there has been a slight drop in yield. All this is expressed through wines which are particularly rich in aromas with classic olfactory notes that remind us of their territory, elegance and a long finish on the palate.

product information

The name ‘Fenici’ pays tribute to the Phoenicians who, during the first millennium BC, spread winemaking culture throughout the Mediterranean and endowed European Malta with its distinctive Semitic language.

The Fenici line is a range of white, rosé, and red wines vinified to yield surprisingly fresh and fruity personalities. Fenici wines derive from Meridiana’s estate and from closely supervised third party properties situated in the vicinity.

The Fenici Rose was first released in 2012 (vintage 2011).

Available in 375ml and 750ml.

varietal/s
Cabernet Sauvignon & Syrah of Malta
tasting notes

Fenici Rosé has a vibrant, purple-pink colour; strawberry and cherry aromas with floral notes; and a fresh and well-balanced acidity.

vintage report

This vintage confirmed all those weather conditions that characterize the atmosphere of our small Mediterranean island. Precipitation and temperatures have gone hand in hand respecting the seasonal average. This has resulted in a regular and uniform shooting of the plants in the spring, which subsequently allowed a balanced vegetative growth during the entire season. There has been an increase in production over the previous years and a slower maturation over a longer period of time. These ideal conditions surrounded by the presence of the sea have confirmed expectations that are expressed through fresh and well balanced wines, characterized by a lively aromatic bouquet.

product information

The name ‘Fenici’ pays tribute to the Phoenicians who, during the first millennium BC, spread winemaking culture throughout the Mediterranean and endowed European Malta with its distinctive Semitic language.

The Fenici line is a range of white, rosé, and red wines vinified to yield surprisingly fresh and fruity personalities. Fenici wines derive from Meridiana’s estate and from closely supervised third party properties situated in the vicinity.

The Fenici Rose was first released in 2012 (vintage 2011)

Available in 375ml and 750ml.

varietal/s
Cabernet Sauvignon & Syrah of Malta
tasting notes

Fenici Rosé has a vibrant, purple-pink colour; strawberry and cherry aromas with floral notes; and a fresh and well-balanced acidity.

vintage report

Winter recorded normal temperature and rainfall levels. Budburst started during the first week of March and shoot development progressed evenly throughout the season. The slow, constant ripening of the grapes produced wines with a distinct varietal character.

product information

The name ‘Fenici’ pays tribute to the Phoenicians who, during the first millennium BC, spread winemaking culture throughout the Mediterranean and endowed European Malta with its distinctive Semitic language.

The Fenici line is a range of white, rosé, and red wines vinified to yield surprisingly fresh and fruity personalities. Fenici wines derive from Meridiana’s estate and from closely supervised third party properties situated in the vicinity.

The Fenici Rose was first released in 2012 (vintage 2011)

Available in 375ml and 750ml.

varietal/s
Syrah of Malta
tasting notes

Fenici Rosé has a vibrant, purple-pink colour; strawberry and cherry aromas with floral notes; and a fresh and well-balanced acidity.

vintage report

Although winter temperatures were colder than normal, rainfall was average. The slightly larger bunches than normal were offset by an earlier ripening of the grapes. This vintage demonstrated that, despite the warm microclimate, grapes can achieve an optimal ripening level – bouquet-wise and palate-wise, thanks to the vineyard’s proximity to the sea.

product information

The name ‘Fenici’ pays tribute to the Phoenicians who, during the first millennium BC, spread winemaking culture throughout the Mediterranean and endowed European Malta with its distinctive Semitic language.

The Fenici line is a range of white, rosé, and red wines vinified to yield surprisingly fresh and fruity personalities. Fenici wines derive from Meridiana’s estate and from closely supervised third party properties situated in the vicinity.

The Fenici Rose was first released in 2012 (vintage 2011)

Available in 375ml and 750ml.