Saia, Feudo Maccari: An exceptional Sicilian wine. Saia, Feudo Maccari is an exceptional red wine from the Sicilian wine region in Italy. More specifically, it comes from the Noto production area, south-west of Syracuse. This region is renowned for its unique terroirs and quality wines, which perfectly reflect the island's Mediterranean character. The warm, sunny climate and mineral-rich soils help to give Saia, Feudo Maccari its unique personality and distinct aromatic profile.
Grape variety and producer: Nero d'Avola meets Feudo Maccari. The grape variety used to produce Saia, Feudo Maccari is Nero d'Avola, a variety native to Sicily. This variety is particularly appreciated for its ability to produce elegant red wines, rich in colour and aroma. Feudo Maccari is an estate managed by Antonio Moretti of the Sette Ponti winery in Tuscany, which established itself in the Noto region in the 2000s. Since then, it has established itself as one of Sicily's leading producers of quality wines, thanks to its commitment to sustainable viticulture and the preservation of local grape varieties.
Saia, for lovers of authentic wines. Saia, Feudo Maccari has a deep red colour. On the nose, there are notes of ripe fruit such as plum and redcurrant, as well as hints of spice and aromatic herbs. On the palate, this wine is full-bodied, with supple tannins and a long finish. Saia, an authentic red wine that reveals the full potential of Sicily's wine-growing region.
Additional tasting notes
Color : Intense ruby red.
Nose : Black fruits, dried fruits and liquorice.
Mouth : Soft, velvety, balanced tannins, good acidity and great lingering flavour.
Alcohol level : 14%
Winemaking : Maceration and fermentation for 20 days. Aging lasts 14 months in French small oak barrels and 6 months in bottle
Food pairing : Red meat, roasts
Aging potential : 6 to 9 Years