£13.50/ 0.75 L btl
Feudo Montoni Catarratto del Masso 2019
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Masso is the name of the cru from which the grape comes. The name originates from the block of sandy rock structure with red stones with a high iron component. This strong mineral structure gives the wine a particular flavor and freshness. Yellow in color with bright greenish reflections, the nose has delicate notes of laurel and mint, with citrus hints of lumie. Mineral returns. On the palate it is very fresh and persistent, with marked acidity and balanced sapidity, long aromatic intensity of fruit and freshness. Accompanies fish, white meats, fresh cheeses. Pleasant as an aperitif.
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 6ºC and 8ºC
The Cataratto grape is one of the stars of Sicily, and in the hands of this winery is revealed in all its splendour.by: nickb (30/03/2018)
Fresh and crunchy Etna cattaratto - one of my favourite underrated grapes from an excellent producer at a great price.by: Andrea Di Lorenzo (20 Mar)
Siciliano di carattere
E' un vino cristallino e di un bel colore paglierino, intenso ed elegante nei profumi, in bocca è avvolgente, asciutto e piacevolmente fresco, di carattere.by: Hadrien Lavaux (11/10/2018)
Superbe vin à bon prix
Goûté en Sicile, j'ai acheté 18 bouteilles de ce vin dès mon retour. Une merveille et un excellent rapport qualité-prix. Toutes les personnes qui l'ont goûté ont adoré
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