Fresh and Mediterranean, this white wine expresses a precise personality tied to fruity and floral, round and elegant sensations.
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Type: White - IGT Sicilia
Alcohol level: 12-12,5% vol.
Grapes: Damaschino, 50%; Catarratto, 50%.
Trained in the counter-espalier system and pruned in spurred cordon. Average planting density: 5,000 rootstocks per hectare (2,204 an acre), production of about 8.5 tons per hectare (3.78 tons an acre). Terrain of medium consistency.
Vinification: The grapes, harvested in the first decade of September, are subjected to a soft pressing. The must is fermented at a controlled temperature and the wine fines in the bottle for at least two months before release onto the market.
Description: The wine opens delicately with floral and fruity scents and a pronounced vein of yellow apples. On the palate, it is dry, freshly acidic, moderately alcoholic and balanced.
Food matches: Because of those attributes, the wine accompanies hot or cold appetizers and introductory seafood dishes. Perfect with poached fish.
Two dishes Garganelli with fillets of trout. "Babbaluci" (snails with garlic, parsley and pepper).
Serve: In chalices of medium size and with non-flaring bodies; uncork at time of serving; excellent at 9-11° C. (48-52° F.).
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The elegant, large fruit bouquet offers aromas of finely accentuated cherries, blackberries and wild fruits. In the notes of cardamom, cocoa and licorice show background. A silky smooth, flowing over the tongue. This sensational wine at the international level was aged twelve months and four months in used barrels bottle.
Elegance and balance in the glass! Well structured notes of licorice, cocoa, cherries and blueberries defy a sweet background and are also found on the palate. The Tancredi shows full, captivating and exceptionally resistant. Its aromas of wood are perfectly integrated, as well as the soft tannins.
The wine displays its extraordinary personality and depth from the beginning with its color, a bright amber yellow. After the first, intense notes of apricots and peaches, the bouquet ranges through a labyrinth of sweet sensations of dried figs and honey, herbs and mineral notes.
The Chardonnay grapes are harvested at night in August and the Ansonica is collected in September. They are vinified separately and the must, obtained through a soft pressing, completes alcoholic fermentation at controlled temperatures in barriques, in which malolactic fermentation and maturation of six months also occur.