Terre di Noto Nero d’Avola – Noto Nichea DOP

Baroque art is the redundant exasperation of the forms, wanting to play all that belongs to the classical taste. Nichea re-introduces this concept, presenting a Nero d’Avola rooted in good tradition but that “plays”, envelops and conquers even younger palates.

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Description

Baroque art is the redundant exasperation of the forms, wanting to play all that belongs to the classical taste. Nichea re-introduces this concept, presenting a Nero d’Avola rooted in good tradition but that “plays”, envelops and conquers even younger palates.

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Specifications

SOIL TYPE
White limestone matrix, with medium dough texture
ALTITUDE AND LOCATION
40-60 meters o.s.l.
PLACE OF PRODUCTION
c.da Coste Fredde, territory of Noto
PLANT DENSITY
5,000 plants / ha
GRAPES
Nero d’Avola 100%
WOOD REFINING
6 months in 1000 liter barrels
COLOR
Intense red with violet reflections
OLFACTORY AND TASTE
Aromas of mature grapes and ripe fruit; Soft, full, enveloping taste
ABV%
13.5-14%

The Producer

In 1989 the winemaker Nino Di Marco, in love with the area of Noto and Pachino and major qualitative peculiarities of its varieties: Nero d’Avola and Moscato di Noto, decided to begin a process for the construction of a Winery capable of uniting rich history of the area with the modern technology in the production of Wines.

Today the company “Terre di Noto” covers about 35 hectares of specialized vineyards with cellar, cultivated mainly Nero d’Avola and Moscato, but also the main international varieties.

The company comes under the production of DOP Noto and Eloro, which are bottled in addition to wines with IGP Terre Siciliane. Also produces extra virgin olive oil in the area DOP Montiblei. The company is part of territory of the Val di Noto, a land rich in artistic beauty, beaches, natural landscapes, archaeological sites, local products. This creates a unique mix of tourist attractions offering visitors endless opportunities for choice to spend their stay in this land.

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