Salina Bianco I.G.P. - Hauner
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 m and Monte Fossa delle Felci is 962 m, 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.
Here the vineyards have an average slope that varies between 20 and 35% and the soil is of volcanic origin, rich in pumice stone, with a subsoil rich in organic substances and mineral elements.
- Salina Bianco I.G.P.
- Wine style
- Dry white wine
- Inzolia, Catarratto
- Ageing in stainless steel vats and in the bottle.
- The nose picks up the bouquet of Mediterranean maquis, citrus and subtle exotic fruit.
- The palate perceives immediate freshness as the flavors linger in the mouth.
- Pairs with
- Fish antipasti, pasta al pesto, seafood risotto, fish in sauce, ripe cheeses. Serve at 8-10° C.
- 12,5% vol.
- 0,75 l
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