Maria Costanza Rosso 2015 magnum in legno

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Maria Costanza Rosso 2015 magnum in legno
Maria Costanza Rosso 2015 magnum in legno

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The red wine Maria Costanza is a label with the signature Azienda Agricola G. Milazzo. With its distinct organoleptic characteristics, it is the perfect companion for red meats, roasts, stews, game and very tasty foods. Full-bodied and energetic, Maria Costanza red wine preserves the richness of Nero d'Avola grapes grown in the area of Campobello di Licata (AG). The wine is offered here in a wooden crate.

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

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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)
Packagingwooden case
Serving temperature16 – 18 °C
PairingCarni rosse, arrosti, stufati, selvaggina e cibi molto saporiti

More info

A Nero d'Avola of surprisingly harmonious thickness and complexity, the Maria Costanza red wine from Azienda Agricola G. Milazzo has all the qualities of a Sicilian red wine of character. Purple shades with dark purple reflections colour the glass; a bouquet of scents of liquorice, fresh mint and ripe red fruits anticipate the sensations on the palate that reveal themselves with frankness, ample body and silky, enveloping structure. A sip that is overall well blended, long and harmonious.

With these organoleptic qualities, the red Maria Costanza needs to be matched to its thickness: roasts, stews and game are the ideal companionship at the table. It offers its best side when served at a temperature of 16-18 °C.

To make this wine, Azienda Agricola G. Milazzo uses a production method that involves separate fermentation, in steel vats and oak barriques, at a controlled temperature of 28 °C. It is also aged separately in steel and barriques of various essences for at least three years. The wine then rests again in the bottle in an environment where the temperature and lighting conditions, never neon, are set to perfection: here it refines its qualities to offer a not indifferent sip.

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