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Vines Frappato ( %), Nero d'Avola ( %)

Color: bright cerasa (cherry in Sicilian) color,

Smell: offers a wide and fragrant bouquet with intense notes of pink flowers and red fruit (raspberry, strawberry and currant), combined with evident spicy hints of black pepper.

Taste: In the mouth it is fresh, pulpy and round, thanks to the soft tannin and pleasant persistence. A refined red with an intriguing aromatic thickness.

Pairings: perfect by the glass, it goes well with savory first courses and grilled meats. It is also perfect with sliced ​​bluefin tuna, roasted amberjack or important baked fish. Try it with gourmet pizzas. 

 

 

Structured wines that accompany you throughout the meal, versatile in the combinations Floramundi 2016 is a Cerasuolo di Vittoria refined with a floral soul.

Red with an intriguing aromatic thickness, fresh and fleshy, it offers a fruity and floral bouquet, pleasantly spiced.

Floramundi is a fantastic female figure who brings marvelous intertwining of flowers and fruits with velvety tones as gifts. It is a dialogue between two souls, the elegant and sophisticated one of Liberty Floral, of which

Vittoria is full of testimonies, and the fascinating and suggestive one of the tradition of the Sicilian puppets. A dialogue between Nero d'Avola and Frappato to listen with pleasure. A refined author label for a prestigious

denomination: Cerasuolo di Vittoria DOCG.


Donnafugata

Donnafugata was born in Sicily from the initiative of a family that with great passion has been able to revolutionize the style and perception of Sicilian wine in the world. The name Donnafugata refers to the novel by Tomasi di Lampedusa the Leopard. A name that means "woman on the run" and refers to the story of a queen who found refuge in that part of Sicily where the company vineyards are located today. A story that inspired the company logo: the image of a woman's head with her hair blowing in the wind that stands out on each bottle. The Rallo family back in 1851 entered the world of wine in Sicily in the wake of British entrepreneurs In 1983 Giacomo and Gabriella donfano Donnafugata, a name that communicates with art. A new style for Sicilian wines In 1990 Giacomo and Gabriella were joined by their sons José and Antonio and the company increasingly sought pleasure, elegance and longevity in the wines.

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