Andrea Ferraioli gave his family’s winery and vineyards in the town of Furore, on the dramatic Amalfi Coast, as a wedding present when he married Marisa Cuomo in 1983. Together they practice viticoltura eroica (heroic viticulture) on these precipitous, terraced slopes south of Naples. Marisa’s rosé is 50% piedirosso and 50% aglianico. The wine macerates with the skins for half a day, after which it’s pressed and aged for four months in stainless steel. Take a moment to admire its beautiful, pale pink color. The wine smells of salty sea breezes laced with minerals and herbs and a whiff of red fruits. It’s a savory rosé that opens with air, so don’t drink it too quickly. This is a perfectly satisfying aperitivo, but it shines especially brightly with food: antipasti of all sorts (including fritto misto) and fish pasta dishes.