Rosso di Contrada
Coniglio

This wine takes its name from the frequent encounters with rabbits in this vineyard, cultivated as a freestanding bush (alberello "Impupato" Pachinese). At 30 meters above sea level, it is a flat land adjacent to a "saia" (water drainage channels created by the Arabs) which gives it cooler and more humid temperatures, especially during the hottest periods of the summer. The soil is deep, black clay of alluvial nature: on these soils the Nero d'Avola releases a splendid fruity, slim, fresh and dynamic taste. It is matured in steel tanks until the spring following the harvest, followed by a few months bottle aging.


Territory - Val di Noto, Buonivini district
Varietal - Nero d'Avola
Soil - Alluvial limestone "terra niura"
Vineyard extension - 1.50 ha
Training system - Free standing bush
Altitude above sea level - 30 meters
Exposure - Flat
Yield per hectare - 64 qli - 41hl / ha
Agriculture - Biodynamics, with no use of herbicides, no chemical and / or synthetic treatments and / or fertilizers; 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 - With indigenous yeasts, long maceration of the must with the skins
Filtration - No
Fining - No
Maturation - In steel tanks at least one year
Total production - About 3,000