Pinot Nero Eruzione 1614 is a cru of Etna produced from vineyards that grow above the lava flow of the famous eruption of 1614, which lasted 10 years.
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|Classification||Terre Siciliane IGT|
VARIETY: Pinot Noir.
TYPE OF SOIL: The soils have perfect exposure and position, black due to the lava sands, and therefore extraordinarily rich in minerals; around woods and more recent lava flows.
ALTITUDE: 820 meters above sea level
YIELD PER HECTARE: 60 quintals
TRAINING SYSTEM: Spurred cordon.
PLANT DENSITY: 5,000 plants per hectare.
HARVEST PERIOD: 19th September.
VINIFICATION: The grapes, collected in the crate, were selected by hand and sent for destemming, without being crushed. After inoculation, they fermented in open tonneaux, around 22 ° C, with soft manual punching; 12 days of stay on the skins, followed by pressing in the basket press.
AGING: 6 months in 3rd passage tonneaux, then steel.
BOTTLING PERIOD: July
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 14% vol.
TOTAL ACIDITY: 4.90 g / l.
AGING CAPACITY: good potential, from 5 to 10 years.
ORGANOLEPTIC NOTES: Flint, ink, wild plums and cherries among the aromas of this very particular version of Pinot Noir. Velvety but reactive tannins in the mouth provide a lively red, but gentle and elegant at the same time. "Good vibrations".
PAIRING: quail and woodcock and other refined dishes based on game. Also perfect with a slice of fresh caciocavallo, or next to a cauliflower flan.
Bottled in the production area in Castiglione di Sicilia (CT) - Italy by Azienda Agricole Planeta s.s. - Menfi (AG) - Italy