Wine Normanno, Insolia created winemakers company in the best traditions of winemaking in Sicily, but with the latest developments in this field. Hand picking, careful selection of grapes and wine-makers skills are the key to high quality and excellent organoleptic characteristics produced drinks. Moderately fruity aroma and fresh harmonious taste make this wine a perfect aperitif, as well as a great addition to snacks, fish and white meat.
Vineyards varieties Inzolia divided into the hilly slopes Alcamo at 300 meters above sea level. The average age of the vines is 10 years, the exposure of vineyards - northern, planting density of 3400-3800 vines per hectare. Fully ripe grapes are harvested by hand in mid-September. After pressing follows soft fermentation in stainless steel tanks under strictly controlled temperature 16-18 ° C for 12-15 days. Prior to bottling the wine is aged in steel tanks.
Sicily - the territory of the ancient traditions, has long been renowned not only for its history, but also rich in culture and art. It is compared with the beautiful mermaid, she enchants variety of climate and soil, and still reasonably called "continent of wine." Since the days of the ancient Phoenicians, the Greeks and Romans are cultivated grapes from which created great wines. Later, the tradition was continued by the Byzantines and the Normans who brought the art of winemaking in their primes and customs. Features of the development and popularity of wine in Sicily has become a "Norman" period. This inspired the creators of the company to give it a name "Normanno" - a name that reflects the ancient roots of winemaking. "Norman" - a company with more than half a century of history, throughout its existence, offering traditional Sicilian wines in all their diversity. Vineyards stretch in the hills of Alcamo and annually give a bountiful harvest of fine Sicilian grapes. Wisdom and dedication of experienced winemakers ensure product quality. All wines are made with the use of modern technology, are strict certification and only then get a high mark, "Sicilian. Traditional Norman"