Donnafugata Lumera Sicilia Doc 2022 Rosè
Lumera Donnafugata un rosato frutto di una mirata selezione di uve rosse, Lumera Donnafugata offre un bouquet ampio e fragrante con note fruttate di fragoline di bosco e melograno.
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A bright and greatly enjoyable rosé, Lumera brings out the best of the fruity and flowery notes of the grapes produced in the younger vineyards
Fresh and smooth is an attractive and modern rosé, a passé partout for every occasion.
From an aperitif, to a light lunch, a convivial dinner party, we recommend it as the background for your chat with friends.
Type: Rosé – Terre Siciliane Igt
Alcoholic content: 12,5% alc/vol
Grapes: Syrah, Nero d’Avola, Pinot Nero, Tannat
Wine-making: The grapes are soft pressed. After a cold maceration in press for 24 hours at 10°-12°C (50-53° F), the must is fermented at controlled temperatures and the wine ages in tanks and then at least two months in the bottle before releas
Description: very bright soft rosé, it offers a flowery and fruity bouquet, with pleasant notes of pomegranates and currants, on a wild strawberry background. In the mouth it is lively, thanks to crisp acidity and agreeable sapidity, well balanced by the perfectly balanced softness.
Food & Wine: match with hot and cold seafood starters, raw fish (especially shellfish) and first courses based on vegetables. We also recommend it with fried fish, fresh cheeses and second courses of roasted fish.
Two dishes: Egglplant soufflé; Swordfish roulades
Serve: Serve in medium-size tulip glasses, not flared, relatively tall, uncork at time of serving, excellent at 10–12°C.
Curiosity:Lumera is an evocative name, in full Donnafugata style. It's the beloved woman, the sublime being who inspires joy and fullness of life. It's the woman portrayed on the label, it's the wine that bears her name. Lumera is the protagonist of a Sicilian poem that celebrates courtly love and experiments a form, the Dolce Stil Novo, which decidedly anticipates the Italian language. “Or come pote sì grande donna intrare / Per gli occhi mei, che sì piccioli son? / e nel mio core come pote stare […], ma voglio a lei Lumera asomigliare […].