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Isola dei Nuraghi IGT Rosso “PIN-8” 2017 - Carboni

Isola dei Nuraghi IGT Rosso “PIN-8” 2017 - Carboni
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Winery Cantine Carboni
Region Sardegna
Wine type Passito
Classification Isola dei Nuraghi IGT
Year 2017
Format 0.375
Alcohol 17%
Grapes 100% Aleatico
Specifications
Color Deep ruby red with garnet reflections
Fragrance Intense and elegant with the predominance of fruity scents, blackberries, black cherries, figs and Mediterranean scrub to finish.
Flavor Warm, soft, with a tannic note and a freshness that balance the sensations of warmth and sweetness. Good final persistence, with hints of fruit previously perceived on the nose.
Pairing It goes perfectly with desserts in particular with dry pastries. Excellent with spicy and blue cheeses.
Isola dei Nuraghi IGT Rosso “PIN-8” 2017 - Carboni
22,88€
Ex Tax: 18,75€
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Wine of a deep ruby red color, with garnet reflections. Intense and elegant nose with the predominance of fruity scents, blackberries, black cherries, figs and Mediterranean scrub to finish. When tasted it is warm, soft, with a tannic note and a freshness that balance the sensations of warmth and sweetness. Good final persistence, with hints of fruit previously perceived on the nose.


The Carboni Vinicultural Company was born in the 1990s out of the passion of its proprietor. Over time it has grown in competence and experience and become the heritage of his young sons. 


The philosophy that inspires the wine cellar comes from the centuries-old tradition of the cultivation and production of wine inherited from previous generations, united with constant research that seeks the synthesis of tradition and innovation to create the best wines. We aim to create wines that meet market tastes and use the most modern oenological technology while maintaining and preserving whatever makes our wines unique - namely, the vines, the terrain and the microclimate, or the terroir, of the Mandrolisai hills.