Qvevri Rosso 2015

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Art. # 0311
This wines has been created almost without any human intervention, from traditional Sicilian grape varieties. It was produced in 2000 liter Georgian qvevris by spontaneous fermentation. In the taste profile minerality, which is characteristic of the Etna region, is perceived.
Alc. 12%


Sicily Italy Italy Italy


  • Fruit
  • Body
  • Tanins
  • Freshness
  • Alcohol


Grenache, Nerello Cappuccio, Nerello Mascalese


  • Black Cherry Black Cherry
  • Small Red Fruits Small Red Fruits
  • Flowers Flowers


Large glass for red wine

Serving Temperature

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Food pairing

  • Red Meats Red Meats
  • Soft Cheese Soft Cheese
  • Exotic Spices Exotic Spices


Ready, but will improve

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Vino di Anna

Vino di Anna

Anna Martens and Eric Narioo start making wine together, on the northern slope of Mount Etna in Sicily. In 2010 they bought their first vineyard with old Nerello Mascelese plantations and a 250-year-old winery. This is how Vino di Anna began its existence. Today they own 6 hectares of land and the farm is biodynamic. They expanded the winery and buried 9 Georgian kvevri for vinification and maturation. The soils are black, fertile and rich in minerals. The volcano is active and often sprinkles the vineyards with ash. They are located on terraces. at high altitude (600-1200 meters), and the climate surprises with its extremes. Etna is a challenging place for viticulture. Vino di Anna makes natural wines with maximum use of manual labor. The vines are alberello (shrubs) and range in age from 60 to over 100 years. The wines are made with minimal intervention, natural yeast, no additives, no filtration and clarification. The result: amber-white wines with an exquisite structure and spicy reds with a hint of herbs.

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Grenache (Garnacha) is a red-wine grape grown extensively in France, Spain, Australia and the United States. Grenache is the French name for the grape, while in Spain it is known as Garnacha, and on the island of Sardinia they call it Cannonau. In France it is most commonly found in the classic Southern Rhone Blend ( it is the main grape variety in Chateauneuf-du-Pape) but also plays a main role in one of southern France's signature Rosè wine style in Provence. In Spain, Garnacha is the key constituent in the prestigious wines of Priorat.

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