Muller Thurgau and Catarratto
IGT TERRE SICILIANE
Western Sicily – Trapani
Counter-espalier training with Guyot pruning for both varieties
The collection is done manually. Muller Thurgau is harvested between the third and fourth week of August. Catarratto is harvested between the third and fourth week of September
12,5 % vol.
the grapes that arrive in the cellar are destemmed and crushed, then undergo a skin maceration inside the soft press at low temperature for about 8 hours. Subsequently the fermentation takes place in steel vats at temperatures of 14/16 C°. The wine obtained remains in steel vats until bottling and then completes its maturation for another 40 days in the bottle.
wine that comes from the unusual combination but which contains a novelty of Trapani viticulture, the Muller, with a vine that instead represents the history of viticulture in this area, the Catarratto. Straw yellow colored wine with golden reflections. The nose is intense with notes of orange blossom, peach, apricot and hints of citrus. On the palate it is enveloping, balanced, fresh with good acidity and persistence.