TENUTA DELLE TERRE NERE Etna Rosso 'Feudo di Mezzo' 2013

The ‘Feudo di Mezzo’ is another fascinating wine from Tenuta delle Terre Nere in 2013. This is composed of 98% Nerello Mascalese, 2% Nerello Cappuccio from Terre Nere’s largest cru, which is situated on the Northern slope of Mount Etna and comprised of vines up to 80-years-old planted in shallow soils containing volcanic ash. The wine itself is very pretty, offering aromas of wild berries, fresh cassis, floral, licorice with hints of sweet spices and a fresh mineral character. On the palate this medium-bodied Rosso is beautifully structured with fine tannins and a wonderful silky texture. It remains balanced with lovely acidity as everything comes together on the sleek finish that grips a firm hold and lingers. While this shows plenty of appealing characteristics upon release it is sure to evolve even further with some additional bottle age. (Best 2017-2028) - July, 2015 (JD)


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Wine Specifications


  • Report Date: July, 2015 
  • Producer: Tenuta delle Terre Nere
  • Vintage: 2013
  • Drinking Window: 2017-2028
  • Estimated Value: $45
  • Country: Italy
  • Region: Sicily
  • Appellation: Etna
  • Importer: Skurnik / Marc de Grazia Selections

TENUTA DELLE TERRE NERE Etna Rosso Feudo di Mezzo NV


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