This wine has an intense ruby red color and a vinous and complex bouquet with notes of vanilla, typical of aged wine. In the mouth, the taste is full-bodied, soft and round, well balanced with the notes of barrique. Merlot grapes are manually harvested during the first week of September, while the harvest for Nero d’Avola takes place in the second half of September. After the malolactic fermentation, the blend is aged in French oak barrels for at least 6 months
Excellent with savory food, red meats, sausage and cheeses.