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Masseria Del Pino

SuperLuna 2019

Super Luna - Simply one of the most incredible rosés we’ve come across here at Noble HQ. Cesare and Federica only make a few barrels each year owing to the fact this comes from very low yielding old vine nerello mascalese and cuppuccio high on the northern face of Mount Etna. Harvest takes place just before twilight on a full moon, grapes are left to macerate in wooden crates and...

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Super Luna - Simply one of the most incredible rosés we’ve come across here at Noble HQ. Cesare and Federica only make a few barrels each year owing to the fact this comes from very low yielding old vine nerello mascalese and cuppuccio high on the northern face of Mount Etna. Harvest takes place just before twilight on a full moon, grapes are left to macerate in wooden crates and then pressed off into the basket press. Vivid in all senses of the word, pomegranate and strawberry with volcanic minerality. 800 bottles produced in total.

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Super Luna - Simply one of the most incredible rosés we’ve come across here at Noble HQ. Cesare and Federica only make a few barrels each year owing to the fact this comes from very low yielding old vine nerello mascalese and cuppuccio high on the northern face of Mount Etna. Harvest takes place just before twilight on a full moon, grapes are left to macerate in wooden crates and...

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Super Luna - Simply one of the most incredible rosés we’ve come across here at Noble HQ. Cesare and Federica only make a few barrels each year owing to the fact this comes from very low yielding old vine nerello mascalese and cuppuccio high on the northern face of Mount Etna. Harvest takes place just before twilight on a full moon, grapes are left to macerate in wooden crates and then pressed off into the basket press. Vivid in all senses of the word, pomegranate and strawberry with volcanic minerality. 800 bottles produced in total.

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Producer

Masseria del Pino
Randazzo, Etna, Sicily

Etna rightly steals the show when discussing wines and terroir from Sicily. It’s active volcano sitting proudly and stoically in the north east of the Island, a compass. It’s on this northeast facing slope at 800m elevation where Federica and Cesare call home. Neither come from winemaking backgrounds, choosing to change paths as so many vignerons seem to do in 2005. Federica choosing to leave one of the more obscure...

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