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First described in 1735, Perricone, or what the vignerons of Tenuta Regaleali once called “Guarnaccio” has been cultivated on the estate since 1959. A selection of vines from the historic San Lucio vineyard has been used to create new vineyards from which this wine comes. Rich in polyphenols and with spicy aromas, the Guarnaccio evokes memories of an ancient winemaking tradition.


Vineyards: Ciminnita (2.6 ha)
Year planted: 2011
Training system: espalier
Elevation: 480 m.a.s.l.
Vineyard exposure: Southeast
Pruning system: long guyot
Vines per ha: 4,600


Deep, fine clay, slightly chalky


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  • 2. Body
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  • 5. Alcohol


As a certified B Corp, we are proud to be part of a global movement of companies committed to upholding high standards of social and environmental impact.
As members of Sostain, we join an association of winemakers dedicated to the sustainable development of Sicily.
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Grapes: Perricone
Appellation: Red – Sicilia DOC
Production area: Regaleali Estate – Palermo – Sicily
Vineyards: Ciminnita (2.6 ha)
Type of soil: deep, fine clays, slightly calcareous
Year of planting: 2011
Training system: espalier
Elevation: 480 m a.s.l.
Vineyard exposure: South/East
Pruning system: high guyot
Vines per ha: 4,600
Yields per ha: 61 ql
Fermentation: in stainless steel tanks
Maceration: 13 days
Malolactic fermentation: full
Ageing: in 225-liter French oak barrels (Allier and Tronçais), second and third use, for around 12 months
Alcohol content: 13% Vol.
Wine Analytical data: pH 3.60 – TA 5.19 g/l – RS 1.6 g/l – TE 33.1 g/l
Contains sulphites

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