Salina Rosso from the innovative Carlo Hauner winery - located on the volcanic Aeolian island Salina to the north of Sicily, where he makes fine still wines. This ruby red wine has a bouquet with ample aromas of blackberries and wild cherries with spicy hints of vanilla, licorice and a whiff of toast and carob bean. The taste has finely calibrated tannins, hot and dry, persistent and enveloping.
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|Producer||Azienda Agricola Carlo Hauner|
|Classification||Salina Rosso I.G.P.|
|Wine style||Dry red wine|
|Grapes||Nero d'Avola, Nerello Mascalese|
|Maturation||A period in stainless steel vats followed by 3 months in the bottle|
|Pairs with||Braised beef, aged cheeses, pasta with Bolognese sauce, ragù. Serve at 16-18 C.|
Salina is the greenest island of the Aeolian archipelago in the south Tyrrhenian Sea. Its ancient name is "Didyme" meaning "twins", that references its two twin volcanoes, which seen from a far recalls a sensual female breast. The Nature Reserve has two peaks: Monte dei Porri is 860 mts and Monte Fossa delle Felci is 962 mts, the highest mountain of the seven Aeolean islands. Salina is a green oasis with its forest of chestnut trees and its other species of mediterranean flora.