Credits: © Ph. Piero Pardini – The Wolf Post
Alcoholic strength: 14.5% vol.
Classification: Terre Siciliane IGP.
Grape variety: 100% Nocera.
Provenance: Furnari (ME), Mastronicola Estate.
Soil: medium mixture tending to calcareous.
Altimetry: 110 mt. s.l.m..
Training system: spurred cordon.
Average yield: 40 ql/ha.
Vines per hectare: 4,000.
Harvest: manual November.
Vinification: in small stainless steel tanks for about a month, during which manual punching down and dosed raisins are carried out.
Aging: in French oak barriques for about 24 months. In the bottle for about 6 months.
Serving temperature: 14° C.
Sample, clear, garnet red color, not intense, with light orange textures.
On the nose the bouquet of hints is broad, rich and well defined. It opens with notes of pot pourri of withered red flowers, followed by hints of red fruit jams reminiscent of berry jam, dried dates and black cherry in syrup, all enriched by notes of licorice and caramel caramel with hints of leather and leather goods.
The sip is sweet, never cloying, perfectly balanced, intense, with a long persistence. A sample of excellent structure. It is recommended to combine it with a dark chocolate soufflé.
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Azienda Agricola Cambria
Via Villa Arangia, Contrada San Filippo
98054 Furnari (ME) ITALY
Phone +39 0941 840214