Taor Mina

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TAOR

  • Territory of origin: Mountains of Taormina and Castelmola (north-eastern Sicily)

  • Classification: Indication of Protected Origin

  • Type of wine: Wine

  • Grape variety: Nerello Mascalese and small percentages of native red grapes

  • Land: Calcareous

  • Altitude: 650-700 m.

  • Training system: Espalier, with density of plants per hectare of 2500 plants, with an average age of 10 years.

  • Climate: Mediterranean insular with day-night temperature changes

  • Harvest: End of September

  • Vinification: Traditional fermentation at controlled temperature with maceration of about 10 days. Manual and soft racking

  • Maturation: In chestnut barrels and then aged in oak barrels.

  • Color: Intense red.

  • Bouquet: Vinous with good woody scent.

  • Taste: Structured with a long finish.

  • Alcohol content: 13.5% vol. (Depending on the year)

  • Serving temperature: 18° C.

  • Format: Burgundy bottle 75 cl.

  • Gastronomic matches: It goes very well with all red meats.

MINA

  • Territory of origin: Mountains of Taormina and Castelmola (north-eastern Sicily)

  • Classification: Indication of Protected Origin

  • Type of wine: White

  • Grape variety: Inzolia and small percentages of white grapes.

  • Land: Calcareous

  • Altitude: 650-700 m.

  • Training system: Espalier, with density of plants per hectare of 3000 plants, with an average age of 10 years.

  • Climate: Mediterranean insular with day-night temperature changes

  • Harvest: Second week of September.

  • Vinification: Traditional fermentation at controlled temperature with maceration of about 5 days. Manual and soft racking

  • Maturation: In steel tanks.

  • Color: Intense straw yellow

  • Bouquet: Very intense smell of tropical fruits, mango, pineapple and some chamomile notes.

  • Taste: almost structured harmonic with a long finish.

  • Alcohol content: 12.5% vol. (Depending on the year)

  • Serving temperature: 12-14° C.

  • Format: Burgundy bottle 75 cl.

  • Gastronomic matches: It goes very well with shellfish and molluscs or as an aperitif.

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