I Vini di Sicilia a Vinitaly 2018. Cosa dice la rete…

Il Vinitaly si è concluso da una settimana e fioccano sulla rete recensioni, impressioni, migliori assaggi e opinioni.

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7 Bottles that Put Sicily on the Map of Trendy Wine Regions (Food & Wine)

Terroir hunters love the stuff: a soil of salty ash, pumice and rock, steep slopes, and a star grape variety—Nerello Mascalese—that can channel intense minerality and that tastes like the lovechild of Nebbiolo and Pinot Noir. The appellation has attracted a flock of talented winemakers, some avant-garde, some seeking to revive the oldest traditions (three of them profiled below), and a new generation of drinkers who love a good story as much as a great glass.

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In The Vineyards With: Anna Martens (Vino di Anna, Sicily) | Got Legs

Anna makes her wine in an old palmento located in the village of Solicchiata (also on north face of the volcano, but slightly more inland.) Like nearly all the wines I talk about on this blog, they are made with minimal intervention, only natural yeasts, and little-to-no SO2. Some wines (the Etna Rosso) are aged in wood barrels, others in Georgian qvevri and others still accordingly to the traditional method of open-fermentation in a palmento then crushed by feet.

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