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Donnafugata Mille e Una Notte 2017

Donnafugata Mille e Una Notte

2017

Mille e Una Notte is an intense and captivating wine, with an impenetrable ruby red color. The nose ...

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£53.81

/ 0.75 L btl

Details for Donnafugata Mille e Una Notte 2017

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Alcohol content i

13.0%

Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2017

Review

Mille e Una Notte is an intense and captivating wine, with an impenetrable ruby red color. The nose expresses fruity and spicy notes combined with floral hints of violet, balsamic notes and tobacco. In the mouth it is full, enveloping, warm and tannic, with spicy and fruity notes at the end. Perfect to accompany first courses such as pasta or risotto with meat sauce, but also second courses based on stewed white or red meats, roasted meat and aged cheeses.

Recommendations

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC

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by: Lawrencemb (14/02/2018)

Typical powerful Sicilian wine

A complex structured wine with a powerful peppery, fruity taste. Definitely needs decanting in order for it to open up, minimum 30 minutes preferably 1 hr.

by: Nana09 (21/12/2016)

Buona profondità tannica

Conosco questo vino da anni e posso dire che non mi a mai deluso di colore scuro compatto con buona polpa in bocca.

Donnafugata

Donnafugata

Donnafugata was founded in Sicily in 1983 by the Rallo family. Today, the company owns three wineries in three different terroirs: Marsala, Contessa Entellina and Pantelleria, occupying a total vineyard area of over 300 hectares. The Donnafugata wines are ambassadors of Sicily and its exciting, wide-ranging realm of sensations: conveying the diversity of soils present on the island, the various orientations and altitudes of the vineyard locations, the climate’s special cha...