Maria Costanza Rosso 2015 magnum in astuccio

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Maria Costanza Rosso 2015 magnum in astuccio
Maria Costanza Rosso 2015 magnum in astuccio

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The red wine Maria Costanza Azienda Agricola G. Milazzo is the label to show off in convivial occasions based on red meat, roasts, stews, game and very tasty food. The Nero d'Avola grapes that grow in Campobello di Licata (AG) welcome the precious qualities of the terroir to return them in a sip of velvety and characteristic wine that pleases even the most demanding palates.

Maria Costanza Rosso 2015 magnum in astuccio Azienda Agricola G. Milazzo price

48,20 €

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Data sheet

NameMaria Costanza Rosso
ProducerAzienda Agricola G. Milazzo
Vintage2015
RegionSicilia
AreaCampobello di Licata (AG)
Grape VarietyNero d'Avola
Alcohol14,0%
SizeMagnum (150 cl)
Serving temperature16 – 18 °C
PairingCarni rosse, arrosti, stufati, selvaggina e cibi molto saporiti

More info

The Maria Costanza red wine is the Nero d'Avola of the Milazzo house: produced with grapes that grow luxuriant in the estate of Campobello di Licata, it brings in the glass qualities of terroir enhanced by a production cared for in every detail, for a sip with a not indifferent Mediterranean charm.

Purple garments with dark purple reflections stand out in the goblet as the scents of liquorice, fresh mint and ripe berries emerge; surprising sensations on the palate confirm its intriguing depth of strong and warm red: ample body, frank character and silky tannins give back a wine that overall is harmonious and well structured.

To produce this wine, Azienda Agricola G. Milazzo has opted for a vinification method that involves fermentation partly in stainless steel vats and partly in oak barriques. The aging of three years takes place in barriques of various essences and in steel; the bottles then rest in a constant temperature environment where the lighting is controlled by sodium and not neon lamps that could alter the quality.

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