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Planeta Santa Cecilia (Nero d'Avola) 2018


Planeta Santa Cecilia (Nero d'Avola) 2018

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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2018
Appellation:Sicily (Italy)
Cellar: Planeta
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Nero D'Avola
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 14%
The Planeta Santa Cecilia (Nero d'Avola) 2018 (£32.06): a red wine from Sicily produced by Planeta with a blend based on nero d'avola of 2018 and shows an alcoholic strength of 14%. Drinks&Co users evaluate this red wine with 4 out of 5 points.


Planeta Santa Cecilia (Nero d'Avola) 2018 (Nero D'Avola)


  • View: In view presents a purple red tending to mauve.
  • Nose: The nose shows spicy aroma and fruity. Final notes of bergamot, orange peel and carob.
  • Mouth: In the mouth ripe fruit, dense tannins, great structure and balsamic notes.

APPELLATION: Sicily (Italy).


GRAPES: Nero D'Avola.

AGEING: Maturation of this wine is achieved thanks aged for 14 months in French oak barrels Allier of second and third use.

PREPARATION: The most characteristic wine cellar, which is made with native Sicilian variety Nero d'Avola. After a lengthy investigation in different areas of the island to make the best possible wine from this grape, finally they found the perfect place in Siracusa, Sicily in the south end. Vinification of the same is achieved thanks to a process of stripping and grinding, followed by 21 days of maceration with skins.

WINE PAIRING: This wine is ideal companion oily fish such as sardines or tuna. It is also delicious with dishes where eggplant is the protagonist.


ALCOHOL: 13.5%

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