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Mancini Primo Vermentino di Gallura Superiore 2023

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Art. # 6099

Vermentino di Gallura Superiore Mancini Primo comes from vineyards located in the Vermentino di Gallura DOCG, in Sardinia.

Obtained exclusively from Vermentino grapes, this wine carries out the classic white winemaking process, resting in steel for a few months, before being bottled.

This Vermentino is characterized by a pale straw color, with greenish reflections. The nose opens with intense aromas of white flowers and rosemary, enriched with notes of white fruit. On the palate it is sapid and full-bodied, with a pleasant bitter aftertaste.

Excellent as an aperitif, this Vermentino is perfect to accompany fish, shellfish and white meat dishes.
 

Alc. 14 %

Profile

  • Fruit
  • Body
  • Dryness
  • Freshness
  • Alcohol

Variety

Vermentino

Flavours

  • Almond Almond
  • Flowers Flowers
  • Citrus Fruits Citrus Fruits

Glass

For white wine

Serving Temperature

Cold Cold

Food pairing

  • Fish Fish
  • Seafood Seafood
  • White Meats White Meats

Maturity

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More about this product

Piero Mancini

Piero Mancini

The story of Piero Mancini goes back a long way, to when he spent his childhood in Gallura and fell in love with the place. His memories as a child are of days spent in the countryside with his grand-parents looking after the family’s vineyards. Some years later, in the 60s, the well-known and respected dentist in Cagliari decides to listen to the call that his land of Gallura has always sent to him. He starts his adventure in the wine-producing world by planting the first vines and gaining experience as the head of some prestigious Sardinian wineries. In the meantime, vineyards started to expand and with them Piero Mancini’s passion, experience and desire to dare. In 1989, he achieved his dream with the opening of his Cantina delle Vigne, in front of the Gulf of Olbia. The first wines bearing his label were born with a production philosophy based on the complex “Climate-Soil-Vineyard” trio, aware of the important possibility of obtaining high quality grapes, which combined the best in terms of the peculiarities and uniqueness of the local area of origin. Thanks to his work and the job done by those who continue it, Piero Mancini’s Cantina delle Vigne is today a solid reality with wines ranking among the best of Sardinia, known and appreciated all over the world. Today, the cultivated vines cover about 120 hectares and are mainly situated in the north-east of Sardinia, in four areas of the beautiful Gallura: Balajana, Scolombrino, Montelitu and Ciabattu. The vineyards are mainly located on exfoliated granite soils that have a good morphology at an altitude range from 100 to 500 m, an excellent drainage, a good level of mineral salts rich in potassium, in an environment characterized by pure air and moderate climate.

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Sardegna

Sardegna

Виненият регион Сардиния реално включва лозовите масиви на целия остров. Сардиния е разположена край западния бряг на Италия и е вторият по големина остров в Средиземно море след Сицилия. Там ще намерите мечтани плажове, живописни заливи и планини, драматични пещери край морето, островни лозя и бивши разбойнически села - всичко това можете да обиколите в рамките на един ден. В Сардиния има над 7000 нураги, или внушителни артефакти, наподобяващи кули, от древната нурагска цивилизация. Нурагите са живели през бронзовата епоха и придават невероятно историческо присъствие на острова. Местните вина и кухня са уникални сами по себе си и не бива да бъдат подценявани заради вкуса, аромата и очарованието, които създават. Твърди се, че финикийците са първите, които донасят вино на острова много преди раждането на Христос. През годините винарите на Сардиния са засадили много сортове грозде и са създали много различни стилове вина. Верментино се произвежда предимно в северната част на острова, докато силното Канонау обичайно идва от южната част. Релеф, климат и почви на Сардиния В лозаро-винарския район на Сардиния се отглеждат около 40 000 хектара. Лозята се отглеждат главно по хълмовете на Кампидано между столицата Каляри и град Ористано, в югозападната част на острова, и по платата северно от Олбия, около Сасари и Алгеро. Средиземноморският климат е с характерните горещи и сухи лета, както и дъждовни и влажни зими. Сушата е често срещана на острова, особено по южното крайбрежие, така че често се налага напояване. Температурите варират значително в различните винарски райони на Сардиния. В по-хладните райони на север, като Галура, Англона и Алгеро, производството е съсредоточено към свежи, плодови бели вина с елегантни аромати, с добра структура и киселинност. Единственото наименование DOCG в Сардиния се отнася до Vermentino di Gallura, което има повече сила и аромат от типичните вина, които са само Vermentino di Sardegna. В южната и западната част на острова се предлагат червени, бели и десертни вина, които са разпределени между 17 DOC. Две трети от производството обаче се състои от червени вина. Основният сорт грозде е Канонау и дава червени вина с плътно тяло. Сортът Канюлари в северозападната част на страната и Кариняно в южната част на страната също имат голям потенциал за винопроизводство. Сардинско трио - Канонау, Верментино и Кариняно Канонау, Верментино и Кариняно са най-известните сортове, които най-добре представят потенциала на региона за винопроизводство. На острова се срещат и няколко други местни сорта грозде: Бовале, Торбато, Семидано, Моника, Малвазия бианка, Наско и Нурагус. В по-малък мащаб се отглежда и международният червен сорт Каберне совиньон.

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Vermentino

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Vermentino is a white wine grape variety grown in various places in the western Mediterranean: northwestern Italy, southern France and the neighboring islands of Corsica and Sardinia. It is known by different names - Pigato in Liguria, Favorita in Piedmont and Rolle in Provence, although there is a disagreement as to which of them are synonymous with Vermentino and which are separate varieties. It is an indisputable fact that Vermentino wines, Pigato wines, Favorita wines and Rolle wines have many common features - refreshing acidity and attractive aromas of peach, lemon peel, dried herbs and saline minerality. Vermentino's genetic and geographical origins are quite uncertain and unclear, which contributes to disagreements over his identity across countries. Some theories claim that in Italy he comes from Spain, others say the exact opposite, and there is a third theory that his homeland is in the Middle East and in the Mediterranean arrives through Greece. However, the variegated and foggy past of the variety does not prevent its spread and its ability for strong terroir expression. In Liguria Vermentino (Pigato) is the main variety in white wines from Colli di Luni. Here, the freshness and minerality of the wines reflect the cool, bright landscape of Carrara's marble quarries. In the west, the Vermentino vines have taken root in the dramatic vineyards of the Cinque Terre. Here, using the passito (sun-drying) method, the variety is a key component in the jammy, similar to nectar Cinque Terre Sciacchetra sweet wine. In Tuscany, the Vermentino vineyards around Bolgheri produce some of the richest Italian white wines. The warm and sunny Tuscan climate in combination with various oenological techniques (contact with the skins, aging on fine lees and aging in barrels) contributes to the creation of wine comparable in density and aromatic complexity with the wines of the Viognier variety. In Sardinia, Vermentino is the key grape for local white wine production and enjoys its own name, Vermentino di Sardegna, which is used to make one of the island's most prized wines, Vermentino di Gallura. The proximity of Corsica and Sardinia suggests the presence of Vermentino on the French island as well. Here it is also a key component in the white wines from all over the island and is successfully grown in the vineyards of Patrimonio, Ajaccio, Figari, Calvi, Sartene, Porto-Vecchio and the peninsula "Cap Corse." Vermentino does not miss the Provencal coast of southern France. Here, however, it is traditionally known as Rolle, although it is increasingly referred to by its more modern Italian name Vermentino. Of particular note are Bellet's white wines, which are made from at least 60% Vermentino.

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