Denomination: Terre Siciliane I.G.T.
Type of wine: White
First year of production: 2001
Grapes: 50% Vermentino, 25% Sauvignon, 25% Chardonnay
Production area: South-western coast of Sicily
Terroir: The vineyards are located at an altitude of 80-130 meters above sea level; the soils are sandy, sandy-clayey and medium-textured
Territory of origin: South-western Sicily Menfi / AG, C. da Torrenova
Harvest: Sauvignon is harvested the first week of August, Chardonnay the third week of August and Vermentino the last week of August / first week of September.
Vineyards: The planting density is 4,200 / 4,500 plants / ha.
Vinification: The grapes are de-stemmed and immediately cooled to 5/8 ° C, then they are pressed with soft presses, the must fraction destined for vinification is that obtained at a pressure lower than 0.2 BAR; fermentation takes place in steel silos at a temperature of 14/16 ° C; the aging takes place, for 6 months, in steel silos in the presence of fine lees.
Color: Straw yellow with good intensity greenish reflections.
Nose: Delicate harmony of well-ripened fruit.
Mouth: Savory wine with a persistent finish.
Food matching: Fish and white meat dishes.
Recommended glass type: BOURGOGNE GRAND CRU
Alcoholic strength: 12° Vol
Bottled at the origin by CANTINE SETTESOLI S.C.A. Menfi (Sicily) ITALY