The family of Moscato grapes includes both light and dark varieties,present for centuries along the shores of the Mediterranean.
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While it is occasionally used for table wines, white varieties are more commonly selected to produce sweet amber-colored wines such as the Moscato Bianco di Siracusa and the Moscato bianco di Noto, some of the most popular dessert wines in southern Italy. The prized Zibibbo, aka Moscato di Alessandria, is a dessert wine borne of the Moscato family and produced exclusively on the island of Pantelleria.
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The wine D'Istinto Syrah Caltrasi shows a brilliant ruby red color and nuances of ruby red, moderate transparency. The nose reveals intense, clean and pleasing aromas which start with hints of black cherry and plum followed by aromas of blackberry, blueberry, violet, black pepper and hints of vanilla.
Merlot grapes from distinguished dry land sites have made a wine with a strong deep purple colour and lifted plum and spice aromas. The palate starts deep, with dark elegant and spicy flavours. Barrel fermentation has given dimension and texture to the dark cherry fruit and leads to a concentrated and persistent finish.
This wine shows an intense ruby red color and nuances of ruby red, little transparency. The nose reveals intense, clean, pleasing, refined and elegant aromas which start with hints of black currant, plum and black cherry followed by aromas of blackberry, violet, vanilla, carob, licorice, tobacco, mace, black pepper and menthol.
A soft green gold colour. The nose is elegant and with subtle oak and aromas of peach and nectarine. The palate is very characteristic of Cattarato with strong nectarine flesh with an elegant but assertive fruit character. The finish is long and balanced with soft drying oak. A real Sicilian variety crafted through oak to give a premium wine style.
This wine has full green gold in colour; the nose has some lifted citrus and apricot. The palate leads with some complex toasty oak, then full and rich nutty chardonnay. The acidity is sufficient to carry the wine with a long persistent finish.
“Magnifico” is an apt word to describe the place where the grapes in this great wine grow: Sicilian hills with thousands of years of history. The best fruits in the harvest make this nectar with an intense aroma of peaches, flowers and citrus fruit typical of Viognier.
Vineyards in the province of Palermo with an average cultivar age of 10 years. Lying 300 meters above sea level, they have sandy-silty soil and enjoy a Mediterranean climate. There is good variation between day and night temperatures during the period when the grapes are ripening.
A hot evening summer, under a starry sky, by moonlight: the best situation to taste a good, fresh, perfumed and sparkling wine! This is the new wine of the year: Distinto Di Sera will make your summer evenings happier and friendly. This sparkling wine, made from Insolia grape, has a yellow colour, intense note-