It takes its name from the woods of the town of Salemi. Angimbé, a wine marked by its scent ranging from the perfume of fresh flowers to that of ripe fruit, is born from the union of the Sicilian personality of Insolia grapes and the elegance of Chardonnay grapes.
|Area of production
Altitude m 100.
Insolia 70%; Chardonnay 30%
espalier-cultivated vineyards; density: 4,000 plants per hectare; average yield: 70 q per hectare
by hand, the Chardonnay grapes during the first decade of August, and the Insolia grapes during the first decade of September
cold maceration of the skins for 12 hours at 8°C; pneumatic pressing; cold decantation; fermentation at 18°-20°C; permanence of the fine dregs for 4 months