“A great white wine from southern Italian grapes, able to compare with the worlds great white wines; this was the initial project. Thus in the 1990s began the experiments with Fiano, an ancient noble variety from Campania. And so Cometa was born, expressing the best in an original and unique way, of the characteristics of this extraordinary vine.”
“I bought it just to give it a try and it was worth.
A 2015 vintage that shows a golden brown colour. Smells really good, like fresh lemons. It has a slight smoky flavour and it is very light, as well.”
“- Planeta Cometa:
Deep straw yellow in colour with a green hue Intense and'full of character, with integrated'aromatic notes of citrus and'tropical fruit, white peach, pink grapefruit and'wisteria On the palate it has plenty of character with elegantly mineral elements The acidity is well integrated'with the fruit, making for a harmonious whole which is without a doubt one of the finest examples of this variety to be found'anywhere on the planet.
An excellent partner for full flavoured'starters, fresh goats cheese (especially Sicilian ! ) or rich seafood'In Sicilian cuisine it is paired'with oranges, fennel and'anchovy salad, stuffed'sardines, spaghetti with seafood, lobster or pasta with Trepan "pesto".”
“- Deep straw yellow in colour with a green hue. Intense and full of character, with integrated aromatic notes of citrus and tropical fruit, white peach, pink grapefruit and wisteria. On the palate it has plenty of character with elegantly mineral elements. The acidity is well integrated with the fruit, making for a harmonious whole which is without a doubt one of the finest examples of this variety to be found anywhere on the planet.
- An excellent partner for full flavoured starters, fresh goats cheese (especially Sicilian!) or rich seafood. In Sicilian cuisine it is paired with oranges, fennel and anchovy salad, stuffed sardines, spaghetti with seafood, lobster or pasta with Trepan "pesto".
- The grapes are crushed and destemmed; the juice is clarified through settling overnight and then inoculated with a selected pure yeast. The wine is fermented in stainless steel tanks, where it is kept on its lees for five months before a light fining and bottling.”