Mandrarossa 'Costadune' Grecanico Dorato is pale straw yellow on sight with vivid green nuances. The aroma is intricate, exhibiting orange blossom and citrus aromas with a subtle hint of thyme. The taste is invigorating and tart with a pleasant minerality and a finish to be savoured.
Costadune Grecanico Dorato is a cracking selection for enlivening seafood, clams, salads, and vegetarian meals, contributing a vivid taste to the culinary experience. It is a wine that can please any palette, with its fresh and floral taste and hints of citrus, balancing out its characteristic spicy notes.
|Style||Dry, White, Medium Bodied, Herbaceous, Stone Fruits, Minerality|
|Dietary||Vegetarian, Vegan, Sustainable|
About the Producer and the Region
Sicily, at the toe of the Boot of Italy, is renowned for the quality and value for money of the wine it produces. Indigenous white grapes such as Grillo, Inzolia, and Catarratto and black grapes like Nero d'Avola, Nerello Mascalese and Frappato Nero are all capable of producing delicious wines. Often they are blended together and sometimes alongside international varieties such as Syrah for the reds and Chardonnay for the whites.
First produced around the turn of the century, the Mandrarossa wines come from some of the best sites at Cantine Settesoli’s huge vineyards all located in South West Sicily and planted with over thirty different grape varieties. With the use of modern vineyard soil mapping techniques the winemakers were better able to focus on the best sites for ripeness and quality. With co-operative president Giuseppe Bursi taking leading from the front alongside consultant winemaker Alberto Antonini they have sought to improve the viticulture, which has resulted in better wines. Working with soil specialist Pedro Parra and head winemaker Mimmo De Gregorio, Alberto has selected just over a thousand acres of vineyard for the production of the Mandrarossa wines. The chosen vineyards are in close proximity to the sea, where the intense sunlight is moderated by sea breezes giving milder temperatures, and with a wide range of different soil types the factors combine to give Mimmo and Alberto the perfect ingredients for the wines they want to make.
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