The latest addition to the Castellaro home: a new red wine that takes its name from the geographical shape of the Aeolian archipelago, which draws a Ypsilon lying on the sea, off the Sicilian coast.
The latest addition to the Castellaro family: a new red wine with a fresh and enveloping taste, with typical hints of red fruits and spices. It has a good taste persistence.
It is a blend that harmonizes three red berries characteristic of Lipari, Sicily and Etna: Corinto, Nero d'Avola and Alicante in a wine ready to drink, purple and full-bodied that maintains freshness and minerality.
Low temperature vinification with short maceration of the wine with the skins. No clarification takes place, only static decantation and repeated racking to make the wine naturally clear before bottling.
This is a bright, buoyant and fragrant red wine that also delivers the frankness and good cheer of Sicilian winemaking.
Monica Larner WINE ADVOCATE October 2019
An aroma that contains all the colours of the Aeolian Islands, an elegant sip capable of drawing an incredible landscape.
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