Bacu de Bentu is a wine with a ruby red color with violet reflections. It is a balanced, warm and savory Carignano, with the presence of fine tannins. The taste is soft and fruity, with aromas of ripe red fruit and undergrowth. Ideal to accompany any meal.
Geographic Origin: Carbonia (SU) – Sulcis Iglesiente, Sardegna
Certification: Isola dei Nuraghi IGT
Blend: 100% Carignano del Sulcis
Soil: Mostly sandy, deriving from sandstone marl and marl limestone from Miocene, at an altitude between 250 and 300 meters above sea level
Cultivation method: Free footed tree (Piè franco cultivation)
Average age of vines: 50 years
Harvest: Third decade of September
Harvesting method: Hand-picked and stored in small baskets
Vinification: Gentle destemming and immediate fermentation at a controlled temperature in steel containers. Frequent automatic delestage, racking and vacuum pressing of the fermented grapes
Ageing: 4 months in steel containers
Tasting notes: Rich and complex, fruity with elegant balsamic notes of Mediterranean scrub typical of the production area.
Food pairing suggestions: Grilled red meats, cold cuts and cheeses
Suggested serving temperature and breathing: Serving temperature 16 – 18 °C. Open and let it breathe for 30-45 minutes before serving.
Format: 75 cl bottle
Cork: All-natural, Sardinian cork