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Corvo Rosso belongs to the classification of Sicilian red wines typical geographical indication...

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Corvo Rosso belongs to the classification of Sicilian red wines typical geographical indication (IGT). Produced with Nero d'Avola grapes, Nerello Mascalese and Pignatello, representative crops ' s island to the Sicilian classic red, the grapes are grown on hot sunny hills 's back country ' s Agrigento and Caltanissetta. Like many Sicilian red wines, red Corvo is aged in oak barrels. Corvo Rosso is a historic red wine domaine.La said first bottling took place in 1824, when the company was founded. The territories of the red wines of Sicily: Sicily is the center and the provinces 's Agrigento and Caltanissetta define the area where products are the best red wines of Sicily. So the Red Corvo born in soils traditionally microclimate suitable for quality black grapes. The soil is mixed, characterized by the percentage of active limestone; 's altitude ranges from 50 to 350 meters. The climate is Mediterranean island tending to dry and warm. The harvest is manual, 2nd week of September to the 1st of October. traditional fermentation with maceration on the skins for about 6-8 days. Then the red Corvo is aged for 10 months in large oak barrels and noble in vitrified cement barrels. It is aged in bottle for two months at a controlled temperature. Features: The color is bright ruby red with light garnet hues. The scent is intense, complex, fruity, cherry, ethereal and enjoyable. The taste is dry, full, pleasantly winy, balanced, fruity and persistent. Net weight: 75cl 13% vol. Serve at 17 ° - 18 ° C. Serving suggestions: It is recommended to drink in a medium transparent stem chalice. Among the Sicilian wines, the CorvoRouge excels with grilled meats, roasts, game birds and mature cheeses.