Classification: I.G.T. terre siciliane
Type wine: White sparkling
Grapes variety: Moscato
Aroma: Hints of white peach flowers, grapefruit and orange blossom.
Flavor: fresh, with marked acidity and minerality
Alcohol content: 11,5%
Gastronomic a: It goes well with fish, vegetables and white meats.
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The Moscato sicilian aromatic grapes, we have selected the best grapes in the district of Burgio a Noto.
Harvested the first weeks of August to preserve the maximum expression of aromatic freshness and acidity.
|Classification||I.G.T. Terre Siciliane|
|First year of production||2017|
|Production Area||C.da Burgio Noto|
|Planting density||3600 vines/hectare|
|Yield for hectare||70-80 Q.li/Ha|
|Harvest period||Second week of August|
|Color||Crystal clear,straw yellow|
|Aroma||Hints of white peach flowers, grapefruit and orange blossom.|
|Flavor||Fresh, with marked acidity and minerality|
|Alcohol content||11,5% Vol.|
|Conservation||Bottle to be laid in vertical position|
|Confezione||cardbooard box of 6 bottles|
|Gastronomic accompaniments||Ideal throughout the meal, perfect with fish dishes. white meats, vegetables and cheeses|
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The farm Mortilla is a modern company, but with an history ancient of making wine, dated roughly around 1850. A rich history of anecdotes and memories of the times that were ...
Currently, the company develops into one of the most famous districts for wine production called "Mortilla". The farm currently manages one hectare of olive groves 3 hectares kaki lotus plants and 12 hectares of vineyards, producing excellent wines with the best grapes native as Frappato, Nero d'Avola, Insolia, Grillo. The company prides itself on being in the province of Ragusa the largest producer of persimmon. The excellence of the territory is the Cerasuolo di Vittoria D.o.c.g., red wine with a historical identity defined. Even now as in our ancient history, the harvest is a magic ritual made of effort and love,we harvesting the grapes by hand, a fundamental step to select the bunches of grapes that will produce our best wines.