Coste a Preola is the name chosen to pay homage to Sicily and its biodiversity: this is the name of the vineyards that fall in this western part of the island, close to the Mediterranean sea, in an area adjacent to the WWF Lake Preola Nature Reserve and Round eddies. The scents of Coste a Preola Nero d'Avola are an emblem of the beauty of a unique area, dedicated to quality viticulture for millennia.
Classification: DOC Sicily
Certification: organic, IT-BIO-009
Provenance: South-western Sicily, Mazara del Vallo countryside, Trapani, c. from San Nicola, at an altitude of about 25 m / above sea level
Grapes: Nero d'Avola 100%
Alcoholic content: 13.5% vol.
Tasting notes: bright ruby red color with violet reflections. Good complexity on the nose, with a pleasantly spicy impact, with hints of black cherry and small berries. Rich, intense, soft on the palate, rightly tannic, with excellent persistence
Pairing: excellent to accompany grilled red meat main courses, game, truffle dishes, spicy and aged cheeses. Serve at 16-18 ° C.
- Rosso Rubino
- hints of black cherry and small berries
- rich and intense flavor
Rising within a WWF Nature Reserve, Tenuta Gorghi Tondi lives in a unique condition, which cannot be separated from respect for nature and its balance.
Through a complex and virtuous path, the company has managed to obtain grapes of certified quality, banning synthetic chemicals and genetically modified organisms, in line with the requirements of the strictest organic farming standards, as the only way to recover authentic flavors. Taking care of the land in these places and producing wines that are its faithful image are synonymous with respect. In our vineyards, conducted under a certified organic regime, we do not use synthetic chemicals and emergency irrigation is carried out only if necessary, to keep the authentic aromas and flavors of this wonderful corner of Sicily unaltered. The green attitude is an essential component of work within a Nature Reserve, an attitude that translates into the protection of flora and fauna, low corporate impact, eco-sustainability, maximum control and care of all operations in vineyard and cellar