DONNATÁ Nero D’Avola DOC Alessandro di Camporeale

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DONNATÁ Nero D’Avola DOC Alessandro di Camporeale

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The young and thriving Nero d’Avola vineyards, planted in 2000 using an espalier training system, are lying on clay soils, rich in limestone and potassium. Produced from the most important Sicilian red grape, Donnatà has a strong and complex personality, which generously expresses its origins by being a very enjoyable and well-balanced wine.

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Colour | dark ruby red with lively and bright hues.
On the nose | is an aromatic and distinct wine, where fragrant and wholesome notes of blackberry, cherry, Mediterranean shrubs, nutmeg and chocolate vie with each other.
On the palate | intense, lively and with character; Donnatá is soft yet pulsating and extremely pleasant to drink. Harmonious, silky and with enduring determination.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
WINE TYPE red - DOC Sicilia - BIO
GRAPE VARIETY 100% Nero D’Avola
ALCOHOL CONTENT 14% proof
BEST WITH divine with the Palermitan anelletti al forno (oven-cooked, ring-shaped pasta) or red-finned tuna
SERVING TEMPERATURE 16°C
SUGGESTED GLASS medium slightly paunchy glass Soil type | hilly, clay and sandy Altitude | 350 and 450 meters above sea level
Age of vines | 2000, 2006
Where produced | Contrada Mandranova and Contrada Torretta in the Camporeale countryside
Training system | espalier training with spurred cordon pruning No. of vines/hectare | 4.400 Yield/hectare | 8.0 tonnes Harvesting | second week of september with manual harvest and grape selection
Alcoholic fermentation | 7 days in steel tanks (23-26 °C)
Maceration | 12 days in a temperature-controlled environment
Malolactic fermentation | fully carried out in stainless steel tanks with indigenous lactic bacteria
Ageing | 6 months in steel tanks; a little part of the mass remains 6 months in big oak cask
Bottle ageing | 10 months at controlled temperature (18ºC)

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