Baglio di Serramarrocco Terre Siciliane IGT 2018 - Barone di Serramarrocco

Baglio di Serramarrocco Terre Siciliane IGT 2016 - the Baron of Serramarrocco
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Barone di Serramarrocco
Terre siciliane IGT
100% Nero d'Avola

Why I suggest Baglio di Serramarrocco 2018 Terre Siciliane

The story gives the name “Baglio”, which in ancient times means “the farm”, belonging to the noble feudal families in Sicily in the 1600s. The name associate an indigenous grape of Sicily, Nero d'avola. Produced in the cellars of Marco Serramarrocco, elegant wine of aristocratic character, even in the glass it evolves in complexity. On the palate, a crossings of sensations, the softness of the tannins and flavor of the territory. Nero d'avola is generous on the nose, inviting in the drink and pleasant in the complex.

The Sommelier: 100% Nero d'avola IGP Sicilia, the Vineyard of the beam of Serramarrocco. Brilliant product with a good consistency and alcohol content of the alcoholic 13,50% vol. Clear wine-red color with ruby reflections. Olfactory sensation: the scent of jam from the ripe fruits of Sicily, figs, cherries. On the palate soft and mouth - refreshing flavor, to suggest the grape variety of origin, final very long.

Food pairings: Excellent Baglio di Serramarrocco Terre Siciliane IGT 2018 Barone di Serramarrocco with dishes with strong flavour and spicy, grilled Tuna, food seasoned with sauces sweet and sour, Roast pork, mature cheeses, grilled swordfish. Snails bourguignon, game meats.

Uncork Baglio di Serramarrocco Terre Siciliane IGT 2018 Barone di Serramarrocco and do oxygenate before serving at the temperature 14 - 16°C. in cup Ballon large.

Cellars: The Wine Road of Erice, Sicily Doc, is included in an area planted with vines in the regional of more than 65,000 hectares. The most extensive of Europe, in which the Region of Sicily, in virtue of the wine-growing tradition, wanted to protect the vineyards under the name of the Vineyard of Serramarrocco,... Go to the card.

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