Hauner “Carlo Hauner” Salina IGT
33% Grillo, 33% Inzolia, and 33% Catarratto. Brilliant, luminous golden yellow with excellent depth. The bouquet reveals its island origin, very elegant, and distinctively salty with green notes. Intense fruit, ripe yellow fruit, and citrus flowers blending with perfectly integrated vanilla and butter nuances. Fresh, appealing and flavorful on the palate, well balanced by roundness and structure.
“At Hauner we believe that, given the amazing soils, unique landscapes, and fantastic grapes of the Aeolian Islands, we are honor-bound to create wines worthy of such fruit.”
Grapes: 33% Grillo, 33% Inzolia, and 33% Catarratto
Vineyards: From vineyards located in Salina
Altitude: 1,310 feet above sea level
Soil: Volcanic soil
Vine Training: Espalier
Vine Age: 25 years
Time of Harvest: Early September
Vine Density: 2,025 vines per acre
Total Production: 6,000 bottles
Vinification Process: The grapes are cooled before a very brief skin maceration and thermo-controlled fermentation at low temperature.
Aging Process: The wine ages partially in stainless steel and partially in barriques before resting for six months in the bottle.
Alcohol Content: 13.00%
Winemaker: Fabrizio Zardini
Cellaring: Up to 4 years
|Dimensions||7.1 × 10.4 × 12.8 in|
|Bottles per Case||
750 ml: 12 bottles per case