Etna Rosato 'Sul Vulcano' Donnafugata 2021

The Etna Rosato "Sul Vulcano" by Donnafugata is a light and fresh wine characterized by a beautiful minerality, produced with vinification only in steel tanks. Smells of wisteria, flowers, citrus fruits and fresh fruit. The taste is light, slender, delicate, fresh, savory and easy drinking

21.00 €
Immediate availability

Characteristics

Denomination

Etna DOC

Grape varieties

Nerello Mascalese 100%

Category

Rosé Wines

Region

Sicily (Italy)

Alcohol content

13.0%

Bottle size

75 cl Bottle

Vineyards

On volcanic sandy soil in the Northern slope of Etna, between 730 and 750 metres abbove sea level

Vinification

Cold maceration for 6-10 hours at 10°C and alcoholic fermentation in steel tanks at controlled temperature

Aging

3 months in steel tanks

Additional notes

Contains sulfites

Awards and accolades

Luca Maroni
2020
90 / 100
Veronelli
2020
89 / 100

To enjoy it at its best

Serving temp.
8°-10°C
Glass
Medium open goblet
Medium open goblet

Perfect for young and medium bodied rosé wines which don't require excessive oxygenation to open. The opening, slightly tighter than the body of the glass, favors the concentration of aromas towards the nose, enhancing the perception of aromas and limiting the dispersion

When to drink

When to drink

Evolving

Wine good to drink now, but that can have a beautiful evolution after resting for a while in your cellar

You can easily cellar it for 2-3 years

ROSÉ WINE ETNA ROSATO 'SUL VULCANO' DONNAFUGATA 2021 DESCRIPTION

Colour Light and bright rosé

Scent Delicate and floral, with scents of wisteria combined to citrus peel and fresh fruits

Taste Light, fresh, mineral and easy drinking, harmonic and well-balanced

producer: Donnafugata

Foundation year
1983
Hectares of vineyards
410
Enologist
Antonio Rallo
Address
Donnafugata Cantine Storiche, Via Sebastiano Lipari, 18 - 91025 Marsala (TP)

Perfect to drink with

  • Pasta-Vegetables Sauce
  • Fresh Cheese
  • Steamed fish-crustaceans
  • Sushi & Sashimi
  • Warm Fish Appetizers