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Variety composition: 50% Cannonau, Monica 50%.
Alcoholic strength: 12% vol.
Classification: Isola dei Nuraghi I.G.T.
Age of the vine: 30 years.
Exposure: South, South-East.
Altimetry: 200/220 m. s.l.m.
Soil: clayey limestone of medium hill, rich in skeleton.
Vinification, maturation and refinement: short contact with the skins, after cleaning, the must ferments in steel tanks with selected yeasts at a constant temperature of 15 ° C. After fermentation, the wine is ready for bottling.
Serving temperature: serve at 12 °, uncorking the bottle just before serving.
Crystalline, with a pale pink color with cherry reflections, quite consistent.
Sample with a bouquet of intense and quite complex aromas: floral, fruity and mineral. Clear aromas of marigold and orange blossom, followed by notes of peach and pomegranate, close light mineral hints of brackish and pumice stone.
On the sip the sample is fresh and fairly balanced in its components, the aftertaste is not very persistent, a delicate citrus note prevails, but overall it is of fine quality.
It is recommended in combination with baked sea bass with pattate and pachino tomatoes.
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