Syrah Conchiglia (Trovati) D.O.C. (1,5 liters) 2019
Red wine from Italy
This grape variety, which comes from the Middle East, develops best in Sicily thanks to the strong sunlight and the unique nature of the soil.
Volume: 1,5 liters
Producer and bottler: Cantina Trovati (Mezzacorona) - Via del Teroldego 1/E - 38016 Mezzocorona (TN) - Italia - +39 0461 616399
Quality Designation: Denominazione di Origine Controllata (D.O.C.)
Grape: 100% Syrah
This varietal is of middle eastern origins that is expressed at its best from the terrain of Sicily, thanks to the intense sunlight and uniqueness of the soil.
Production area: The grapes are cultivated at Sambuca di Sicilia, in the province of Agrigento, and also in Acate in the province of Ragusa. At Sambuca di Sicilia, it obtains a wine that is more mature and structured, at Acate, the wine is more delicate and fruity. The type of farming is "Espalier", used with an average density of planting where there are 4500 plants per 2,5 Acres.
Vinification: Syrah. It is an average to late varietal reaching maturity around the end of September.
Collected from the grapes of perfect phenolic and aromatic maturity. Destemming and alcoholic fermentation with the skins occurs at 26°C for 10 days. Malolactic maturation occurs with selected bacteria, then finally maturation for 10 months in French barriques.
Sensory characteristics: Warm and persuasive bouquet, with spicy notes of black pepper and thyme based on notes of wild fruit. The tannic flavour sensations in velvety and pleasant.
Color: Bright ruby red
Alcohol content: 13,5 % Vol.
Residual sugar: 6,6 g/l
Acidity: 5,8 g/l
How to serve: It goes well with savoury cold cuts, red meats cooked in irons, game, smoked cheeses and herbed cheese. It is also well paired with seafood dishes that are particularly savoury, such as swordfish with rosemary.
Recommended serving temperature: Between 16 and 18°C
Allergens: Contains sulfites
EAN (bottle): 8032601682493
Scope of supply: 1 bottle of wine 1.5 liters
SYRAH is a low-yield but high-quality red grape originally from the Middle East, but famous for its widespread cultivation in France. The vine has become so important and is so sought after that it has moved up into the nobility of the wine world and is referred to as a noble vine.
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