The Nerello Mascalese grape variety is the absolute protagonist of the Etnean territory as it represents the power, elegance and majesty of the great Sicilian volcano. It comes from centuries-old ungrafted vines planted with the traditional alberello system at altitudes of up to 1000 metres on extraordinary black lava stone terraces. From this warm and immortal land of fire comes a deep red wine, with great minerality and finesse. Defined by many critics as the Mediterranean cousin of Pinot Noir, in recent decades it has conquered the market with modern expressions of character, capable of conveying the vital energy of Europe's largest active volcano.
A subtle, mineral, elegant and harmonic wine born on the slopes of the big volcano at 750 metres above sea level, aged for 14 months between steel tanks and barriques. It has pleasant perfumes of wild berries, red flowers and delicate sweet spices. On the palate it is fruity, savory and refreshing, with a very fine tannic frame