Girolamo Russo's Etna Rosso Calderara Sottana is a fine example of Sicilian wine craftsmanship. This elegant red wine is produced on the slopes of Mount Etna, where volcanic soils lend it a unique character. With a beautiful balance of ripe red fruit and earthy mineral notes, it's a perfect match for a range of gourmet dishes in your fine dining restaurant. The wine showcases the complexity and depth of flavors that the Etna region is known for, making it a must-try for wine enthusiasts.
|Minimum Order:||6 bottles|
|Varietal(s):||Nerello Mascalese, Nerello Cappuccio|
96 POINTS, WINE ADVOCATE The Girolamo Russo 2021 Etna Rosso Calderara Sottana emerges as one of the finest wines made on Etna in recent years. The bouquet is nuanced and rich with many moving parts, which span from red fruits, cassis, blue flower and campfire ash. These tones are linked together with seamless integration but remain lifted and bright nonetheless. The wine shows fine structure and plenty of minerality on the close.
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