Terrazze dell'Etna Etna Rosso Carusu 2016
Terrazze dell'Etna Etna Rosso Carusu 2016
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Sicily - Italy
Red still

How to serve

Serve at:

16 - 18°C.

Decanting time:

1 Hour

Longevity:

10 - 15 years

Glass:

Terrazze dell'Etna Etna Rosso Carusu 2016

Colour

Intense ruby with garnet reflections.

Bouquet

Elegant and spiced in the nose, with delicate notes of varnish perfectly amalgamated with ripe red fruit and spice.

Flavour

In the mouth it is immediately ready and confident, the tannins, which are always important, are round and soft with a slightly ethereal finish.

Pairing

Excellent with well seasoned red or white meat. Accompanies perfectly medium aged cheese.

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Features

Name Terrazze dell'Etna Etna Rosso Carusu 2016
Type Red still
Classification
Year 2016
Size 0,75 l Standard
Alcohol content 14.50% by volume
Grape varieties 20% Nerello Cappuccio, 80% Nerello Mascalese
Country
Region Sicily
Origin Località Bocca d’Orzo - Randazzo (CT)
Climate Cool and ventilated with consistent changes in temperature between day and night.
Soil composition Volcanic-lava flow.
Cultivation system Free standing, vertical positioning.
No. plants per hectare 6,000 plants per hectare.
Yield per hectare 6,00kg/h.
Harvest Second ten days of October.
Vinification Lengthy and controlled maceration.
Ageing 6 months in wood and 12 months in bottle.
Allergens Contains sulphites
Pairing Excellent with well seasoned red or white meat. Accompanies perfectly medium aged cheese.
On offer Price Terrazze dell'Etna Etna Rosso Carusu 2016 € 12.35  ex VAT

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Vintage

Robert Parker
89/100 
2016
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2016
xtraWine
93/100 
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2015
Vinous
88/100 
2014
Bibenda
 
2012

The Terrazze dell’Etna (Terraces on the Etna) stretches from 650 to 850 meters above sea level and brushes up against the natural Etna Park: it was acquired and in 2008 by Nino Bevilacqua, a Palermitan engineer deeply in love with his homeland. His ...

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