Sole e Vento Marco De Bartoli
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Sole e Vento Marco De Bartoli

Marsala and Pantelleria – The wine of the Sun and the Wind

Sole e Vento from the Marco De Bartoli winery is a balanced white wine with a pleasant drinkability. A perfect blend of Zibibbo and Grillo, two vines that together give life to a structured, aromatic and mineral wine, an expression of the union of two extraordinary territories.

  • 75 cl.
  • 2022
€14.90 (tax incl.) (€19.87 lt) €12.21 (tax excl.)
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Sole e Vento 2022, Marsala and Pantelleria in one wine - Marco De Bartoli Winery

Sole e Vento was born from Marco De Bartoli's idea of producing a wine that embodies the characteristics of two unique territories, Marsala and Pantelleria. It was in 1997 that Marco De Bartoli produced for the first time this extraordinary blend of Grillo and Zibibbo grapes, the only blend of wines from the De Bartoli winery. An exceptional Sicilian white wine that expresses the strength, simplicity and purity of the Marsala sun and the Pantelleria wind in an innovative key.

Denomination: Terre Siciliane IGP

Grape variety: 70% Zibibbo, 30% Grillo

Production area: island of Pantelleria, 350 m a.s.l. and Contrada Samperi, Marsala (TP)

Extension of the vineyard: 3 ha

Terrain: volcanic, hilly-terraced on Pantelleria; flat calcareous-sandy in Marsala

Training system: Pantelleria tree in Pantelleria, Guyot counter-espalier in Marsala

Age of vineyards: 30 years in Pantelleria, over 20 years in Marsala

Yield per hectare: 50q in Pantelleria, 60q in Marsala

Harvest: Zibibbo second week of September, Grillo first week of September

Vinification: from the roots of Pietranera and Grappoli del Grillo, after a rigorous manual selection of the bunches, the grapes are destemmed, gently pressed and started for cold maceration for about 24 hours; after soft pressing, the low-temperature must remains to decant for 48 hours. The clarified part starts the fermentation in steel tanks, at a controlled temperature, by indigenous yeasts

Aging: 7 months in steel tanks on the fine lees

Alcohol content: 12% vol

Acidity: 6.10

Residual sugars: <1.8

pH: 3.25

Total SO2: 33mg/l

Colour: intense straw yellow

Nose: intense with hints of ripe white fruit and citrus nuances

Palate: balanced, soft, with a mineral persistence. On the finish it is delicate with sweet notes given by the Zibibbo

Pairings: perfect white wine with marinated fish, seasoned first courses, vegetable soups, fish in crazy water, salted or grilled fish

Serving temperature: 10-14°C

First vintage: 1997

Originally bottled by Società Agricola De Bartoli Srl - Pantelleria - Italy in the cellar of Marsala - Italy

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Terre Siciliane IGP
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