Cusumano Sagana 2017

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Color

Rosso rubino.

Smell

Olfatto segnato da amarena e mora che si arricchiscono di note floreali di rosa, toni minerali e tratti di spezie scure.

Taste

Gusto morbido ed equilibrato, con freschezza e tannicità a caratterizzare la struttura.

Pairings

Carni rosse, arrosti e formaggi a pasta dura.

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Features

YEAR 2017
TRAINING SYSTEM Spalliera
ALCOL 15.00
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard
COLLECTED Manuale, nella prima decade di Settembre.

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Informations

CLASSIFICATION DOC Sicilia
TEMPERATURE 16-18
LOCATION Sicilia centro-orientale
REFINEMENT 12 mesi in barriques di rovere. Affinamento successivo in bottiglia.
ANNUAL PRODUCTION 20000
PLANTS FOR HECTARE 4200
WINEMAKING Diraspatura mecerazione e fermentazione a temperatura controllata 28-30 °C. Fermentazione malolattica in carati a temperatura controllata per 10-15 giorni.
DECANTING 1 ora
RETURN HALF 60 q. di uva per ettaro

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Awards

EXPERT YEAR MARK
EXPERT YEAR MARK
Red shramp 2005
Red shramp 2006
Red shramp 2007
Red shramp 2008
Red shramp 2009
Red shramp 2016
Veronelli 2005
Veronelli 2006
Veronelli 2008
Veronelli 2010
Veronelli 2016
Bibenda 2009
Bibenda 2010
Bibenda 2017
Wine Spectator 2013 91
Wine Spectator 2014 91
Wine Advocated 2013 92
Wine Advocated 2014 93
Wine Advocated 2016 93
James Suckling 2015 95
James Suckling 2016 94
James Suckling 2017 93

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CELLAR

Name: Cusumano
Start-up year: 2000
Number of wines produced: 12
Cultivated hectares: 450
Winemaker name: Mario Rocco
Address: Contrada San Carlo SS113 Partinico - (TP)
Web Site: www.cusumano.it

Cusumano's wines come from premium sites all over Sicily, and are produced at the Partinico (straight west of Palermo) based family winery by third generation winemakers and brothers Diego and Alberto Cusumano. They craft wines of the ‘new’ Sicily typified by outstanding varietal expression, rich flavors, and a sensuality that could only be born under the Sicilian sun. Wine insiders have long predicted that Sicily would one day become Europe’s dominant wine region. The sheer number of prime vineyard sites available, the diversity of microclimates and soils throughout the island, make it possible for Sicilian winemakers to work not only with exciting native varietals, but also with many international grapes. Cusumano is the pre-eminent producer turning that prediction into reality.