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Dorilli 2015 Planeta Cerasuolo di Vittoria Classico DOCG

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Dorilli is a Cerasuolo di Vittoria Classico DOCG produced by Planeta in Sicily. It has a ruby red color with violet reflections and a scent of ripe sweet pink fruit. The taste is of oriental spices, smoked pancetta and melts in the mouth thanks to an incredible sweetness of fruit
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Product
Dorilli Cerasuolo di Vittoria Classico DOCG
Denomination
DOCG
Vintage
2015
Tipology
Vino rosso
Provenance
Italia
Production area
Sicilia
Type of soil
The main feature of the soils of the Cerasuolo di Vittoria area is the sandy texture They consist mainly of loose red sands, with an absent and fairly deep skeleton. At about 90 cm there is a tufaceous layer important for the water balance of the plant
System of cultivation
Controspalliera, Spurred cordon
Plant density
4545 plants per hectare
Yield per hectare
Nero d'Avola 70 quintals, 1.5 kg per plant. Frappato 70 quintals, 1.5 kg per plantAltimetria of the vineyard
Winemaking
Diraspapigiatura followed by 12 days of stay on the skins
Alcohol
13,50% vol.
Total acidity
54,00 g/l
pH
3,3
Pairings
Extraordinary with roasted pork ribs, well seasoned and peppery. Its sapid complexity is well combined with fatty fish of the bottom cooked in stew, in guazzetti, even coming to support combinations with spicy fish with an Asian touch
Bottle
0,75 l.
Color
Ruby red with beautiful violet reflections
Perfume
Typical of Vittoria wines in a more complex version Aromas of ripe cherry, small red fruits, strawberry, black cherry jam, chestnut honey, prickly pears
Flavor
The tannin - ripe, soft, round- melts in the mouth thanks to an incredible sweetness of fruit. Here, oriental spices are mixed with complex flavors of smoked bacon, cooked must, marjoram and prickly pears
Manufacturer: Planeta

HISTORY AND COMPANY

Planeta is the symbol of a Sicily that has been able to re-launch itself to the great, of a Sicily that looks at the horizon of the sunny coasts and the wild nature of the hinterland. It was born only in 1995, but in a few years it has been able to carve out a leading role in the world of wine, merit of foresight and passion, work in the vineyard and ability to communicate the poetry hidden in each bottle. The Planeta family, of ancient Spanish origin, over the course of 17 generations, that is from 1525 to today, has committed itself to the enhancement of Sicilian wine excellence, ending up with the great and modern productive reality that we know today, an absolute protagonist of the Renaissance Sicilian wine. With the ambitious project "Planeta Terra" the winery has also engaged in an important path of environmental sustainability, aimed at defining an eco-compatible protocol to be communicated not only to the productive realities, but also to the consumer. It would be impossible to represent such a multi-faceted region from just one production area. For this reason the Planeta winery has six different estates in six different areas of Sicily: Sambuca di Sicilia and Menfi (Agrigento), Vittoria (Ragusa), Noto (Siracusa), Castiglione di Sicilia (Catania) and Capo Milazzo (Messina). From so different soils and climatic conditions can only be born totally different wines, which tell different souls of the same region: thus Planeta can combine typical vines such as Carricante or Fiano with excellent Chardonnay or Cabernet Sauvignon, in order to tell the story and the traditions of the whole of Sicily, bringing in the glass the poetry and the bewitching beauty of this land that transmits to the wines faceted and at the same time fascinating characteristics.

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Order it before 20 hours and 55 minutes and receive it Friday 25 October with Corriere GLS

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