Coniglio, Marabino



Grape


100% Nero d'Avola

Drinking Window


Drink now or by 2025

Region


Noto, Sicily

Pairings


Traditional lasagna with meat ragu, Cacio and pepe pasta, grilled vegetables pie but also
a nice grilled tuna steak

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Winemaker Notes

"Rosso di Contrada" Coniglio is obtained from 100% Nero d'Avola grapes grown in the Buonivini district belonging to Noto area. The original vineyard extends for 1.5 hectares at an average altitude of 30 meters above sea level and lies on calcareous-clayey soils of alluvial origin known locally as "Terra Niura". The alcoholic fermentation is triggered by indigenous yeasts naturally present on the skins. Before marketing, the wine restes in stainless steel tanks for 6 months.


The Story

Marabino winery grows orchards, olive groves and vineyards entirely organically with a biodynamic approach, obviously without purchasing grapes or wine from third parties. The harvest is manual and always when the grapes are fully ripe, the musts ferment spontaneously with indigenous yeasts without any use of products or additives in every phase of winemaking, to produce wines that are pure expressions of the territory where they come from. "What lives needs what is alive!" And in fact biodynamic agriculture is an attempt to support nature through tools generated by the life processes of nature itself. The vine is thus in a position to be in perfect balance with its ecosystem and is able to reciprocate the expression of a unique territory with its magnificent fruits.



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