A wine inspired by the traditional “pista e mbutta”, that means, crush and put in barrels, an ancient technique of the territory to produce the rosé from Nero d’Avola grapes, from which it takes its name. Assembly of small parcels of “Alberello impupato” freestanding bush, both old and young vines, grown on the chromaticity of different terrains. Rich rosé, with intense and fragrant tones in taste. The grapes are harvested when completely mature, to give a character and density of an almost red wine. Direct pressing and vinification only of the flower must in steel tanks, where it matures until the following spring with continuous Bâtonnage, carried out according to the moon phases.
Val di Noto, Buonivini district
Limestone with fine texture, calcareous clay
rosanera, crita, signorina e don Pasquale
Alberello impupato / free standing bush
Altitude above sea level
North, West, East
Yield per hectare
50 qli/ha – 30hl/ha
Biodynamics, with no use of herbicides, no treatments and / or chemical and / or synthetic fertilizers; pesticide treatments are limited to low doses of mine sulfur; fertilizations is limited to biodynamic preparations, shredded pruning and green manure of grasses and legumes.
Spontaneous fermentation in steel tanks with the skins. Vinified in barriques of different essences.
In steel tanks.