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Masseria Del Pino, Rosso Miriam, 2019

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Aromatic, Spice, Ethereal

Italy / Red / Granaccia / Organic, Biodynamic

Farming

Organic/Biodynamic

Producer

Masseria Del Pino

Grape

Granaccia

Wine Type

Red

Country

Italy

Region

VDT, Italy

Vintage

2019

Alcohol

14%

Size

75cl

 

Miriam is 100% Pure Granaccia from a 78-year-old vineyard that is located at 1200 meters above sea level on Etna’s Nth face. Pressing with the feet, no de-stemming, no maceration and the use of the chestnut casks built by the family from the trees from the property. Super pale in the glass that could be confused with a rose. Elegant, delicate but with real finesse.

Notes on the producer

Federica and Cesare left their life in Catania in 2005 (where she worked as an archery teacher and he as an airline pilot) in search of a simple, peaceful, hard-working lifestyle and purchased this tiny, unique 1.7ha clos planted with 120-140yo vines in the Contrada del Pino.

Located on the slopes of Mount Etna at 800m, uphill from Randazzo, this is the highest altitude at which nerello mascalese and cappucio can reliably and consistently ripen. They also have 400 ancient olive trees (from which they produce three exceptional olive oils from the san benedetto, coratina and brandofino cultivars), chestnut and oak trees, a vegetable garden, sheep, dogs, chicken... Among the vines you also find many fruit trees – cherry, pear, plum, fig, peach, apple. This is Etna in all its pastoral serenity with the sight, scents and sounds of the volcano to stimulate the senses. Viticulture here eschews herbicides, fungicides, pesticides but they don't follow any prescribed rules. The health of the vineyard is paramount. Another important thing to note is that 90% of the vines are planted on their own rather than being grafted onto American rootstock. 


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