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Vines Nerello Cappuccio (30 %), Nerello Mascalese (60 %), Nocera (10 %)
Philosophy Natural

Color: Bright cherry pink with pomegranate tones.
Smell: The nose is intense with citrus and pomegranate notes, salty hints
Taste: On the palate it is of medium structure and lively acidity, aromas of raspberries and closing with a long savory vein.
Food pairing: Perfect for first and second courses based on fish and shellfish, fish soups.

Production area: Villages of Faro Superiore and Curcuraci - Messina, North - Eastern Sicily.
Altitude: 250 - 300 m a.s.l.
Age of the vineyard: 10 to 80 years.
Breeding system: Sapling and espalier.
Plant density: 5000 plants/hectare.
Soil type: medium mixture characterized by clayey layers and calcareous tuffs.
Type of agriculture: Natural. No use of chemical fertilizers, contribution of organic substance through green manure of legumes and grasses; no use of herbicides and insecticides; prudent green pruning interventions to limit pesticide treatments carried out at low dosages of copper and sulfur to the strictly necessary; thinning of excess bunches, if necessary.
Yield: 60 q.li/ha.
Harvest: Manual harvest of the grapes between late September and early October.
Vinification: No addition of chemical additives on the grapes, maceration on the skins for about 12 hours, then fermentation in steel.
Aging: 6 months in steel.
Annual production: About 4000 bottles.

Bonavita

A beautiful hill resting on the Tyrrhenian Sea at the height of the Messina Strait. In the background, vineyards (some old, planted with saplings) surrounded by oaks, clay soils and calcareous tuff, capable of retaining moisture but also of giving sensations of rock. Bonavita was born in this context, from a family attitude, from the "digestion" of the relationship with a micro-denomination of just 25 ha in which Giovanni Scarfone, born in 1980, and his wife Sanny are creating something special. 7 hectares of which only 2.30 are vineyards (for the rest, woods and olive groves) and only 2 genuinely crazy wines. Here, oenology borders on magic.

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