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This is a sapling vineyard "impupato" from Pachino with high density crops (7,000 vines / hectare) which can only be worked by hand. It has been implanted with grafting on the field from a "mass selection" carried out among the very rare old vines of Muscat of Noto of the territory. The black-clay soil gives the white muscat a less aromatic intensity. Its territorial essence is revealed only years after the harvest, giving floral and dried fruit aromas. The sapling vines give a low yield of grapes and must. The ripe grapes are vinified in steel with its skins for about fifteen days. It matures in non-toasted barriques and in smaller barriques, obtained from mulberry trees, a typical fruit tree of the Val di Noto. This tree has a neutral wood that accompanies the maturation of this wine for at least two years, enhancing the characteristics of the evolved Moscato di Noto. To fully enjoy the wine, we recommend serving it between 14 ° and 16 °.


Territory - Val di Noto, Buonivini district
Varietal - White moscato
Soil - Alluvial limestone "terra niura".
Vineyard extension - 1 ha
Training system - Free standing bush (7,000 vines per hectare)
Altitude above sea level - 30 meters
Exposure - Flat
Yield per hectare - 32 qli - 20hl / ha
Agriculture - Biodynamics, with no use of herbicides, no chemical and / or synthetic treatments and / or treatments; pesticide treatments are limited to low doses of mine sulfur; fertilizations are limited to biodynamic preparations, shredded pruning and green manure of grasses and legumes.
Vinification - Drying of grapes on racks in the sun, vinification with indigenous yeasts in steel tanks with skins.
Filtration - 5 microns
Fining - no
Maturation - In barrique and small barrique from mulberry trees for at least 24 months
Total production - About 2,000 bottles