Wine Principi di Butera, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sicilia IGT, 2012
The wine is dark ruby red color.
Generous taste of wine charms wealth of fruit and floral tones, leaving the end of a pleasant aftertaste.
Powerful aromas of red ripe fruit is gradually enriched with floral notes and spicy nuances of vanilla.
The wine will be an excellent party spicy stuffed pasta, pasta dishes, stews of hare and venison stew, milk, goat or blue cheese.
Feudo Principi di Butera - Tenuta ancient history, once belonged to the aristocratic dynasties Branciforte and Lanza di Scalea. Ambrogio Branciforte was the first Sicilian governor, appointed to the post in 1543. Philip II of Spain granted him the title of Prince of Butera. In 1895, the title and the land passed to Girolamo Lanza. Vineyards "Feudo Principi di Butera" enjoys a privileged land in the province of Caltanissetta, on the hills that receive heat from the hot southern sun and a strong breeze from the sea nearby. These conditions allow to grow wonderful grapes and create great wine with great potential. The vineyards cover 320 hectares of land, of which 180 hectares are under young vines. In 1997 Feudo Principi di Butera acquired Zonin family, one of the largest wine companies, not only in Italy but also in Europe. "Feudo Principi di Butera - is the culmination of our key projects. We" put down roots "in Sicily, on the ground, which focused art, landscapes, history and charm. I am proud that I got a little Zonin "Sicilian" and aims at producing wines in a unique fragrance, full of sunlight, and expresses the soul and the power of Sicily "- said the president" Zonin " Gianni Zonin.