|Name of the wine
IGP Terre Siciliane
Sicilia – Noto
|Vineyards Average Age
80 metres above the sea level
|Number of vine per Ha
|Production per Ha
8° – 9°
Fermentation of the liquid fraction carried out by wild yeasts found in grapes in small stainless steel containers at controlled temperature < 18°C
Leave slowly to refer to low temperature, finally place in the bottle with a slight carbon dioxide residue.
At least 3 months.
Brilliant yellow color with greenish reflections, fine and persistent perlage, the nose expresses inviting floral aromas that recall white rose and orange blossoms, in the mouth is soft and well balanced, with a persistent freshness.
Volé Mosso 2017
Produced with Grillo grapes from our vineyards in the South-East of Sicily, this wine has fruity and floral aromas, it is refreshing and pleasant. Its light bubbles make it perfect for every moment of the day and for every pairing.
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A wine that is delicate and soft like luminous, flowing lava, but at the same time strong and unstoppable like the life that generates it.A wine that is delicate and soft like luminous, flowing lava, but at the same time strong and unstoppable like the life that generates it.
|James Suckling||94 / 100|
|Vinous||89 / 100|
Grillo is a very versatile variety which, thanks to its characteristics, has a good potential for ageing and enjoys different vinifications. That is why Dott Moretti Cuseri tried to age it in wood and drink it just with his family and friends, who really appreciated it. As it was very successful, from 2015 he decided to launch it on the market.
|James Suckling||92 / 100|
|Wine Advocate||93 / 100|
|Vinous||90 / 100|
Nero d’Avola, an extraordinary native Sicilian grape; fermented and macerated in steel, exuberant and at ease, right for every occasion and easy to drink. In the steps of the southern Italian rural tradition of finishing the wine of the last vintage before beginning to drink that of the next.
Mahâris, which takes its name from the watch towers that the Arabs used to search the sea coast, is the wine that symbolizes the meeting of diverse styles and cultures. It brings together Nero d’Avola, the native Sicilian grape par excellence, with the other great international varieties characteristic to the Mediterranean.
|James Suckling||93 / 100|
|Wine Advocate||92 / 100|
|Wine Spectator||90 / 100|