Enrico Serafino

Oudeis Rosé de Saignée

The name Oudeis derives from the Greek language and means No One (Odysseus). It is meant to recognize the terroir of Langa as the most relevant cause of the quality of this wine. No person, even with experience, dedication and hard-work, can be considered the origin of the complexity that we all seek in a wine. Only the terroir has this distinctive trait and Enrico Serafino recognizes it in the name of its Alta Langa docg. Oudeis Rosé de Saignée is produced with a short maceration on the skins until the sought-after rosé colour is finally obtained.


PRODUCTION TECHNIQUE: The altitude of the vineyards has an average above 400 meters in the authorized areas of the Alta Langa docg. The grapes are selected on the sorting table and the whole clusters are chilled before undergoing soft pressing in an inert environment. Fermentation is exclusively in temperature-controlled steel tanks. The wines obtained from this process remain in contact with their own yeasts and are subjected to periodic bâtonnage until the tirage and second fermentation. This process takes place in the historic underground cellars in the absence of light and at controlled temperatures for the time required by the vintage with an average of 42 months. The dégorgement à la glace ends with the dosage of the Liqueur d’expedition. For this Brut that is 6-7 gr/L of residual sugar. In the Liqueur d’expedition to preserve the terroir-wine link, no distilled wines (such as Cognac or Brandy) are ever used at Enrico Serafino.

TASTING NOTES: Typical brilliant “onion skin” color. Persistent and complex aroma of strawberries, black currants, wildflowers, cotton candy and bread crust. Fine and persistent perlage. Complex and rich taste, fulfilling with a fresh and long mineral finish.