This Syrah was produced exclusively from Castelvetrano's estate vineyards. Their exposure, vine density and consistently low yield ensure exceptional-quality-fruit
This product is no longer in stock
Warning: Last items in stock!
Description: This Syrah was produced exclusively from Castelvetrano's estate vineyards. Their exposure, vine density and consistently low yield ensure exceptional-quality-fruit.
Ageing potential: 6 years
Storage: On its side at 12-14°C
Serving temperature: 16-18° C
Serving suggestions: With red meat, hearty main courses, and aged cheeses.
Production area: The winery-owned Tenuta di Castelvetrano. Located in the Contrada Dimina, it covers some 33 hectares.
Training method: Espalier
Pruning method: Spur-pruned cordon-trained
Vineyard density:Soils: Loose, chalky soils
Vineyard aspect: South-West
Weather: Mediterranean, dry
Harvest: Early September 2004
Vinification: Traditional red-wine fermentation, temperature-controlled at 24°C, with cultured yeasts.
Skin contact period: 8 days
Malolactic fermentation: Totally developed
Ageing: In stainless steel tanks for several months
Alcoholic content: 13% Vol.
Visual: Deep ruby red
Nose: Spicy, with notes of incense and liquorice
Palate: Robust, savoury, harmonious with cherry notes
Finish: Long-lingering with notes of morello cherries
No customer reviews for the moment.
This rich, red wine is from nero d'Avola grape, a variety native to Sicily; the grapes are grown in some of the island's best vineyards. The wine was given an 8-days maceration on the skins, then matured in oak barrels for 12 months and in stainless steel tanks for a further 6. Miceli's Nero d'Avola displays a forward, lively character: a wine in every...
The extreme selection of the Merlot grapes of our vineyard, the low yield cultivation, the picking of the grapes in small boxes, the fermentation and the vinification made in the manner to consider the whole scents of the fruit; the maturation in oak barrels for 12 months and a further maturation in stainless steel tanks and bottle, make of Nia Maro a...
YANIR, named after a mysterious Punic divinity, contains both the charm and the contradictions of Pantelleria, the island where it is produced, - like its sea, it is rich, deep, intriguing, yet at the same time pleasurable and infinitely complex.
Description: Entelechia, pure nature-poured nectar, cannot be circumscribed by definition; it is unalloyed emotion, unexpected and enfolding. Entelechia captures the sense and enkindles the mind. The word, of Greek origin, means "the incarnation of what is potential". This wine, we believe, represents the optimal potential of Pantelleria's zibibbo grape.