The name of this wine was influenced by the colloquial Tuscan term Fancello which stands for boy.
Fancello was born to conquer the palates of young people and is characterized by an "international" taste.
A small bronze of a Sicilian sculptor is depicted on the label.
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FARMING: organic certificate
VARIETIES: a blend of Nero d’Avola and a combination of 18 varieties from the winery’s experimental field
VINEYARDS: Munti and Milici
VINES’ AVERAGE AGE: over 15 years old
SOIL: north side on a gentle slope, deep organic soil - plateau marly origin with high clay component strongly calcareous
VINE’S TRAINING: guyot and spur cordon pruning
PLANTS PER HECTAR: over 5600
HARVEST : September
HARVEST METHOD: manual in small crates of about 14 kg
VINIFICATION: the grapes gently destemmed went through pre-fermentation and cold maceration, for about 24/48 hours. The fermentation took place in vertical fermenters with mechanic pumping for about a week . The musts were subjected to daily air pumping in order to extract colour and flavors from the marc.
REFINING: for about 12 months iin stainless steel vats – minimum 6 months in the bottle
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 14 % by Volume
PAIRINGS: perfect as an aperitif, it matches with starters based on vegetables, cold cuts, dishes of poultry or red meats, fresh or medium aged cheeses
SERVING TEMPERATURE: 16-18° c
AGING POTENTIAL: 5/6 years from bottling
SENSORY PROFILE A deep ruby red colour with violet notes. It releases intense notes of sour cherry “marasca”, cherry, plum with reminders of spice and ink. To the palate it ‘s smooth, velvety and very drinkable. Sapid, intense, well balanced.
Bottled at the origin by the Milazzo Farm - Campobello di Licata (AG) - Sicily - Italy