Saganà Nero d'Avola
Saganà by Cusumano winery is an intense red wine, with mediterranean character, made from pure Nero d'Avola grapes, cultivated in Tenuta San Giacomo in Butera (CL) 350 m.a.s.l.. The harvest takes place manually in the first decade of September. After destemming and maceration, the wine ferments at a controlled temperature of 28-30 °C for about 10-15 days, carrying out malolactic, before refining in barrel for 12 and then in bottle.
This red wine fills the nose with spicy hints, pink pepper, juniper berries and dried figs, and finally with cocoa. On the palate, it is soft and rich perfectly balanced in its elegance, that gradually spreads with notes of licorice.
FOOD MATCHING SUGGESTIONS
The recommended food matching for Saganà Nero d'Avola wine? Red meat, cold cuts, home-made pasta with meat sauce and Mediterranean cuisine, in general.
The brothers Alberto and Diego Cusumano, with the precious contribute of the winemaker Mario Ronco, create in the 2001, a symbol of dynamism and innovation of the Sicilian oenology, still too tied to tradition and historical stereotypes. Today the family owns 519 hectares of vineyards located in areas of Sicily deeply different between them: Ficuzza (189 hectares), in Piana degli Albanesi in the province of Palermo is a unique part of Sicily, set at an altitude of 700/800 meters above sea level behind a woodland reserve, it enjoys a cool but sunny microclimate.
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