Terre Siciliane Rosso “Serragghia Fanino” Giotto Bini IGT 2018

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From the arid and volcanic lands of the island of Pantelleria, comes the Terre Siciliane Rosso IGT “Serragghia Fanino”, produced by the Giotto Bini winery. It is vinified without adding sulfur dioxide or other chemical products, and is worked in the open air, in 500-liter amphorae, where the wine itself, after fermentation, rests on the skins for at least three months. It represents a sensory and organoleptic experience far from that of the usual wines; it’s a must try if you want to discover something different.

Producer: Giotto Bini
Region: Sicilia 
Appellation: Terre Siciliane IGT
Grape: cataratto, pignatello, carignano
Type: Red
Vintage: 2015
Color: Garnet red
Bouquet:It offers surprising and aromatic hints to the nose, which make it a sweet, floral and fruity nose
Taste: In the mouth it changes step, proving tannic and vivid, supported by a beautiful body and characterized by a flavor that extends throughout the persistence. Excellent length
Pairings: seconds of white meat, fish seconds
Serving temperature: 16/18 °C
Alcohol grade: 11.5%
Bottle content: 750 ml

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Description

“Three pieces of obsidian bring luck in travel. And they can also tell the story of our journey. In Pantelleria, a few years ago there was a wild and windswept and sunny area, as only this island can do. This is the land that we gourmet visionaries, Geneviève, Gabrio and Giotto Bini have chosen – or maybe it was Serragghia to decide – for a journey full of pitfalls and treasures. Pantelleria is an island from which everything is torn with difficulty, and perhaps this is a challenge that is worth. Serragghia has given its name to traditional products, but transfigured by our love for great cooking and for agriculture without forcing. Capers with fleur de sel de guérande, fragrant oregano, Zibibbo wines, Pinot Noir and Fanino rosè, Catarratto and Pignatello. To which the colatura of Cetara is added. Flavors that make you remain silent, because they surprise for their purity. And because they must be understood first with the senses. “