A dry version of Zibibbo, crispy and vibrant on the palate. It is an aromatic white wine with a floreal and fruity aromas of white rose, orange blossom,peach and candied citrus zest.
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White - IGT Sicilia
Alcohol level: 12,5-13% vol.
Grapes Zibibbo (Moscato d’Alessandria) 40%, Ansonica 30%, Catarratto 30%.
Zibibbo at Pantelleria: trained in an extremely low bush and pruned short; planting density 2,500 vines per hectare (1,011 an acre); production of about 5 tons per hectare (2 tons an acre); volcanic terrain rich in minerals.
Ansonica and Catarratto at Contessa Entellina: trained in the counter-espalier system and pruned in spurred cordon; average planting density 5,000 vines per hectare (2,024 an acre); production of about 6,5 tons per hectare (2,6 tons an acre); terrain of medium consistency.
Vinification: The grapes are vinified separately in Pantelleria and Contessa Entellina cellars; after grapes soft pressing, the must is fermented at a controlled temperature; the wine obtained from the blend fines in the bottle for a minimum period before release.
Description: The impact on the nose increases as the bouquet develops; impressive finesse with complex aromas ranging from fruity (apples and citrus) to floral (broom) and presented against a mineral background. On the palate, the flavor is full, sapid, soft and balanced.
Recommended with all types of fish, baked pasta in white sauce, fried fish.
Two dishes: Sarde a beccafico (sardines stuffed and roasted or fried). Pesce gatto con ravioli e asparagi alla maggiorana (dogfish with ravioli and asparagus flavored with marjoram).
Serve: In tulip-shaped goblets of medium size and height; uncork at time of serving; excellent at 9-11°C (48-52° F).
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