|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°
Direct grape press and alcoholic fermentation of the liquid fraction made by wild yeasts in small stainless steel containers at a temperature of < 16°C.
Leave slowly to refresh at low temperature from its yeast, then place in a bottle with a slight carbon dioxide residue.
At least 3 months
Slim pink with brilliant reflexes, with persistent fine perlage, nose with intense fruity aromas of strawberry and pink smoked, in the mouth is large, soft and has a pleasant freshness.
Volé Mosso 2017
Volé Mosso Rosato is produced with our Nero d’Avola grapes from the Southest part of Sicily. Besides reflecting its terroir, it shows great character: a fine and persistent perlage combined with a nice acidity make it balanced and pleasant.
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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|
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.
Feudo Maccari’s challenge continues, the climb to absolute quality of Sicilian wine has a stage among whites, not any one, of course, but a great interpreter of classic island grapevines, always faithful and versatile companion of many styles and names. A pure Grillo then, that bewitches for the ability to speak an ancient language, archaic in some ways, in a totally contemporary version.
|Wine Spectator||87 / 100|
|Vinous||88 / 100|
|Wine Advocate||88 / 100|
|James Suckling||90 / 100|