The Fin Che Venga comes from Nocera grapes purified in purity and pressed softly up to 0.6 bar so you can get a gorgeous rose. This sparkling wine produced with the Classic Method is a tribute to the History and Legend of the Country of Furnari. King Rugero II of Altavilla gave a way of sayng to the peasant farmer Antonio Furnari “Fin Che Venga” for respecting the covenant of honor.
The Giulio Cesare Mamertino Doc is the result of the epic encounter between two distinguished Sicilian wine varieties, Nero d’Avola and Nocera. As it has been born from the sunny lands of Furnari, the beating heart of Mamertino’s
district, this wine best expresses its insular nature. A golden past and a majestic present makes Giulio Cesare Mamertino Rosso Doc a magnificence to celebrate the most relevant moments of Your life.
Production area: Furnari (ME), Masseria Estate
Grape variety: 100% Nocera
Classification: VSQ Bru Classic methodt Terre Siciliane IGP
Soil: Medium-textured soil, traces of limestone.
Altitude: 120 metres above sea level
Vineyards: Spurred cordon
Average yield: 60 – 80 ql/Ha
Plants per hectares: 4300
Harvest: Early September, manual in plastic boxes realized before
Vinification: Graping destemming and coid maceration at 6°C for 12 hours. Soft pressing until 0.6 bar. Fermentation at a controlled
temperature between 14°C and 16°C with selected yeasts.
Ageing: In stainless steel containers for 6 months, during which the malolactic fermentation takes place in a natural way. The second fermentation takes place at the end of the Spring. The fermentation into the bottle requires two months and half at a controlled temperature of 14°C. The bottles ripen on the yeasts for a minimum period of 24-30 months. The remuage is carried out in pupitres that
are moved twice a week for one month and half. After which, there
are the degorgement and the dosage.
Alcohol content: 12,5% vol.
Serving temperature: 8 – 12°C
Recomended with: Good from the aperitif to the dessert.
Meal based on fish or meat.
Visual profile: Cherry pink, intense and bright with a fine and persistent perlage.
Olfactory profile: The nose is complex and delicate. The first note is fruity with lychees, currant and grapefruit hints that gradually develops in citrus fruits, lemon and orange blossom. Later it evolves with aromas of yeast, bread crust and hints of butter giving structure and elegance to this Metodo Classico.
Taste profile: Fresh, sapid and structured. With its personal set of fine, persistent and captivating bubbles, it has a light tannic note that reinforces its pleasantness. Quite persistent with citrus flavors and a mineral and bitter almond finish.