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Feudo Montoni Vigna Lagnusa Nero d'Avola 2017

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Description

Details of wine

"Lagnusa" in Sicilian means lazy, which produces little ... characteristic that in viticulture is instead synonymous with quality. In the area of Cammarata this black grape variety is produced with biological techniques respecting nature.
A wine that impresses with elegance, softness and the characteristic ruby red color. The fruity and spicy notes manage to coexist perfectly with a marked note of cinnamon that makes it the master. Hard cheeses, cured meats, game and tuna are worthy companions of this historic wine.

SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA PER ORDINI SUPERIORI AI 79 EURO

Color

Rosso rubino intenso con leggeri riflessi violacei.

Smell

Profumo complesso con note fruttate e speziate in armonia tra loro. Spicca tra tutte la cannella.

Taste

La struttura non vuole conquistare per potenza ma per eleganza. Al gusto note mentolate amplificano la freschezza del vino. Morbido, avvolgente, sapido, giustamente tannico al palato.

Pairings

Carni rosse, arrosti, selvaggina, salumi e formaggi stagionati a pasta dura.

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Features

YEAR 2017
TRAINING SYSTEM Alberello e spalliera.
ALCOL 13.50
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard

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Informations

CLASSIFICATION DOC Sicilia
TEMPERATURE 16-18
LOCATION Cammarata (AG)
GROUND Terreno argilloso e sabbioso.
REFINEMENT 20 mesi cemento , 4 mesi in botte , 4 mesi in bottiglia.
ANNUAL PRODUCTION 90000
PLANTS FOR HECTARE 4.400 ceppi per ettaro.
WINEMAKING Tradizionale con lunga macerazione del mosto sulle bucce in cemento. Fermentazione malolattica: in cemento.
DECANTING 1 ora

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Awards

EXPERT YEAR MARK
EXPERT YEAR MARK
Veronelli 2012
Veronelli 2014
Veronelli 2016
Veronelli 2017
Bibenda 2015
Bibenda 2016
Bibenda 2018
Wine Advocated 2013 90
Wine Advocated 2014 91

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CELLAR

Name: Feudo Montoni
Start-up year: 1469
Cultivated hectares: 30
Winemaker name: Fabio Sireci
Address: Contrada Montoni Vecchi - Cammarata (AG)
Web Site: www.feudomontoni.it

In 1469 A.D., in the heart of Sicily, within the Principality of Villanova, the noble Aragonese family Abatellis built the baglio (a typical Sicilian court square building). Now, six hundred years later, our wines are made in the same cellars, and on the same land. Already in 1595 Andrea Bacci, agronomist and doctor of Pope Sisto V, praised in the pages of “De Naturali Vinorum Historia”, the first treatise of Italian Enology, the wine – growing tradition and the quality of the wine produced in these lands. In the late 1800s, the history of Feudo Montoni was bound together by the Sireci family when Fabio’s grandfather, Rosario, purchased Feudo Montoni, recognizing the particular characteristics of the land and its biodiversity. He found ancient vines, such as Perricone, Nero d’Avola and Catarratto. He especially fell in love with the wines from these grapes that present features of unusual elegance. That’s why he bought Feudo Montoni, guardian of the secret. Elio - Fabio’s father – selected the best plants of the estate by Mass Selection in the late 1960s. He then planted new vineyards and modernized the cellar. Elio handed down his passion and respect for nature on to his son Fabio, teaching him work ethics, the sacrifice for the achievement of a goal. This work, if performed with dedication and love, becomes a “wonderful journey” through life. For the past 30 years, Fabio has continued the work of his grandfather and father, acting as a guardian of the ancient plants and their grapes. Fabio, knowing how important his mission is, studies the past in order to look towards the future. The invention of tradition becomes the slogan of Fabio’s decisions. Fabio personally takes part in each step of the production process, from the vineyard to the cellar. Fabio’s wines , “… are very special: they have the grace of the great red wines not only for its structural richness, generally something ordinary, but for their richness of elegance, style and class…”.