Details of wine
Described for the first time in 1735, Perricone ? nicknamed "Guarnaccio" by the Regaleali winemakers ? has been cultivated at the Estate since 1959. A selection from the historical San Lucio vineyard, provided new vines to enable the making of this one, rich in polyphenols and spicy aromas, evoking memories of ancient wine tradition.
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Rosso rubino tendente al granato.
Al naso libera sensazioni eleganti di spezie e fiori essiccati che ben presto si arricchiscono di note di amarena.
Tutta giocata in pienezza e tannicità, con l'apporto indispensabile della freschezza a perfezionare l'equilibrio.
|FORMAT||0,75 L Standard|
|GROUND||Profondi, argilloso fini, leggermente calcarei.|
|REFINEMENT||In barili di Rovere francese (Allier e Tronçais) da 225 litri, al secondo e terzo passaggio, per circa 12 mesi.|
|PLANTS FOR HECTARE||4800|
|WINEMAKING||Fermentazione: in vasche di acciaio inox. Fermentazione malolattica: svolta interamente.|
|RETURN HALF||89 q.|
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Name: Tenuta Regaleali
Start-up year: 1830
Cultivated hectares: 400
Winemaker name: Laura Orsi, Carlo Ferrini
Address: Contrada Regaleali - Sclafani Bagni (PA)
Web Site: www.tascadalmerita.it
It is striking how already in 1854 Regaleali was awarded as a "model farm" in the Annals of Sicilian Agriculture. At that time, the vineyards occupied a small portion of the cultivation, as the production of cereals and fodder was the main activity in the area. Over the years, the Estate's winemaking vocation has been consolidated thanks to the strategies put in place by the various protagonists who have alternated with its management, from Count Giuseppe to Count Lucio to arrive at the current generation, Alberto and Giuseppe. The production of wine has first tried, in the use of traditional varieties, such as Nero d'Avola and Inzolia, to expand, later, in the testing of international varieties and then their use with great success. "Regaleali has a very strong and very clear DNA, all we Tasca can do is preserve this character and try not to compromise what nature has given to this place. With these words Alberto testifies the attention he dedicates to sustainability and motivates the birth, in 2010, of SOStain, a Sicilian program of "green" viticulture: a planned and progressive improvement, which goes hand in hand with scientific research, aimed at reducing the impact of all business activities on the resources of the territory. All this without losing sight of the quality of the wines produced. In fact, this year's tasting has highlighted an extremely well-kept and excellent level of production.