This authentic Sicilian Nero d’Avola is bursting with notes of damson, blueberry jam and sour black cherry.
Mandrarossa crosses the sea to experiment new projects on the island known worldwide for producing the seducing Passito, the wine made from the Zibibbo native grapes. The result is Serapias, Mandrarossa’s Passito di Pantelleria DOC, named after the orchid from Pantelleria, a species that exclusively grows on the island, just like the typical alberello-trained (sapling) vines used to produce this wine.
Produced from a typical variety from southern Italy, a wine from our land that expresses the scents and aromas of a new Sicily. The peculiarity of Fiano Ciaca Bianca is its sapidity provided by the sea breezes that brush the plants it’s produced from. It’s named after the white rocks smoothened by the erosive action of the wind and sea that distinguish our beaches.