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This wine is produced in the peninsula of Capo Milazzo near the Lipari Islands. In this idyllic setting, the vineyard is literally surrounded by the sea.

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Colour : deep garnet red with slightly purplish red highlights


Nose : frank, expressive and fresh. Aromas of wild berries (blueberry, juniper), black cherry and violet. Elegant structure, borrowed aromas of pink pepper and delicate ashy notes, announcing a delicate, crisp and refined wine of terroir.


Palate : fruity and precise attack. Chiselled palate, on crispy fruits and spices. The finish stretches on mineral notes that evoke certain volcanic origins. The tannins are light.


Classification alfavin.ch : Structured red : Balanced, well structured, robust, pleasant and harmonious. A wine that pleases everyone.


Alcool : 13.5%


Vinification : Picked by hand in small crates, selection made on sorting table then fermentation at 25 ° C in stainless steel tanks for 14 days, followed by a 12-month ageing in casks of 35hl.


Meals : Dried meats, homemade antipasti, veal tartare, artichoke risotto or seafood


Aging Potential : 3 to 5 Years

Mamertino 2016

  • Country : Italy
  • Region : Sicily
  • Producer : Planeta
  • Appelation : Mamertino DOC
  • Classification alfavin : Red structured
  • Grape : Nero d'avola, Nocera
  • Content : 75 cl
  • Type : Red

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