Iancura from the innovative Carlo Hauner winery on the volcanic Aeolian island Salina to the north of Sicily, where he makes fine still wines. This white wine has notes of peaches infused with lively saline aromas from sun and sea, fresh minerals and vegetable nuances. The taste has a delicate acidity accompanied by the sweetness of honey impregnated with saline lymph and accents of olives.
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|Producer||Az. Agr. Carlo Hauner|
|Classification||Terre Siciliane I.G.P.|
|Wine style||Dry white wine|
|Grapes||Malvasia delle Lipari Secca 90%, Inzolia 10%|
|Maturation||In stainless steel vats followed by 3 months in the bottle|
|Bouquet||Notes peaches infused with lively saline aromas from sun and sea, fresh minerals and vegetable nuances of celery and sage, kiwi, melon, and raisin.|
|Taste||Delicate acidity accompanied by the sweetness of honey impregnated with saline lymph and accents of olives in brine.|
|Pairs with||Pasta with fresh sardines and wild fennel, bruschetta, raw fish, fresh cheeses. Serve at 6-8 C.|
|Alcohol||13,0 % vol.|
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.