Wine Feudo Maccari, Nero d'Avola, Sicilia IGT, 2013
Reviews of purchase Feudo Maccari, Nero d'Avola, Sicilia IGT, 2013
The color of wine - ruby red, with purple splashes.
Taste wine - berry, juicy, with a pleasant acidity and a long spicy finish with hints of apple pie.
The aroma of wine - expressive, intense, with notes of red berries, interwoven with floral and spicy notes, hints of leather and earth.
The wine goes well with grilled red meat and barbecue.
Wine Feudo Maccari, Nero d'Avola, 2011 - a fine example of flawless execution of all stages of the production of red Sicilian wine: from growing "undetectable Sicilian hero" - grape Nero d`Avola to bottle aging wine. Nero d`Avola - a native of hot Sicily - has long remained in the shadows: it was added to the blends of different local wines to give them depth and richness. Only in the past few decades Nero d`Avola gradually came to the fore and took its rightful place in the line of red wines of Italy island. Also known as Calabrese, Nero d`Avola today - one of the most popular Sicilian varieties, which often goes to the production monosortovyh wines than in the hood. Wines of different saturated dark color, intense flavor and spicy fruit and berry aroma consisting of cherry, raspberry, plum colored, flavored nuances of sweet brown spice and smoke.
In the manufacture of wine Feudo Maccari, Nero d'Avola to preserve the fresh fruit flavors and aromas of maceration, fermentation and aging are made in stainless steel tanks. The temperature during the vinification is strictly controlled. Bottle aging after bottling takes place in a cool room and takes 4 months.
Feudo Maccari winery owns Antonio Moretti. Her story begins with the fact that in 2000, on the advice of his friend - enologist Carlo Ferrini, Antonio begins to buy land of small farmers in the vicinity of the commune of Noto. As a result, it was purchased about 50 small vineyards, some of which have already been planted with vines. Subsequently, some varieties have been replaced, in the cellars were established French oak barrels of 500 liters in volume and French barriques. As a result - the first vintage of 2002 received a number of high ratings for the results of the rating Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast, and promising "Two glasses" by Gambero Rosso. To date, wine Feudo Maccari produced with the participation of oenologist Carlo Ferrini and Gioia Cross.