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Technical features

Classification: IGT Sicilia 

Variety: 85% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Cabernet Franc

Number of bottles: 15,000

Place of production: Castiglione di Sicilia

Name of vineyard: Fiume

Altitude: 700

Yield per hectare: 60 quintal 

System of cultivation: pruned cordon

Vine density: 5,700 plants per hectare

Vinification: in steel at controlled temperature 26-28° C.

Maceration: with skins for about 16-18 days

Ageing: 12 months in medium-high toasted French oak barriques (40% new). After 12 months in bottle

Alcohol: 14,5°

PH: 3,47

Total acidity: 5,6 g/Lt

Type of soil: alluvial and lavic

Time of harvest: second week in September

Nume
2011

Nume, Cabernet Sauvignon with the addition of a low percentage of Cabernet Franc, shows an unmistakable personality, expressing all that is unique in this traditional wine-growing land on Mt. Etna. Elegant, intense and very well balanced, surprising from the first olfactory approach; scent of wild berries, of blackberry and blackcurrant in particular, which blend well with diverse hints of chocolate and tobacco, without ever losing the intense smell of herbs making the wine exclusive and refined. Soft on the palate, wide, round taste, well supported by dense tannins, with a final ripe red-fruit aftertaste.

Allegati

Tecnical notes 2011  (PDF, 227 Kb) Tecnical notes 2011 (PDF, 227 Kb)
Tecnical notes 2010  (PDF, 78 Kb) Tecnical notes 2010 (PDF, 78 Kb)
Tecnical notes 2008  (PDF, 59 Kb) Tecnical notes 2008 (PDF, 59 Kb)
Tecnical notes 2007  (PDF, 78 Kb) Tecnical notes 2007 (PDF, 78 Kb)
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