Mandolinero , a Sicilian wine with a distinctive character, is a fascinating Nero d'Avola enriched with the delicious organic almonds of Sicily. The Mandolinero Assennato label embodies the excellence of its land, the result of a careful selection.
The fine grapes of the Nero d'Avola vine give the DOC red wine an intense and spicy flavour . The sweet and round note of Nero d'Avola maraschino cherries blends masterfully with the intriguing bitterness of Sicilian DOP almonds, giving each sip a sweet and enveloping flavor profile.
Among the new features, the Mandolinero Dessert Wine stands out for its almond aroma, combining the essence of bitter almond with the morello cherry of Nero d'Avola IG Terre Siciliane. The result is a sweet flavour, masterfully obtained from the fusion of two iconic elements: almond and Nero d'Avola.
Taste Harmonies: Discover the Perfect Pairings with Mandolinero
The Mandolinero presents itself as the ideal accompaniment for your desserts, enhancing the pleasure of traditional Sicilian desserts, Modica PGI chocolate and typical biscuits of the island. This unique creation comes from the union of two Avola excellences: the local almond and the renowned Nero D'Avola wine. The small Assennato agricultural company, rooted in the Avola area, the place of origin of the Nero D'Avola grape, has preserved the history and tradition of this distinctive wine for four generations.
Mandolinero di Assennato, a Nero d'Avola that has refined its character in steel , enriched with the inclusion of almonds. Without hesitation, we can call it an accessible wine, its simplicity makes its tasting an effortless experience. The idea behind this wine is truly brilliant, as Nero d'Avola's wide and delicious range of fruity flavors is further enriched with the distinctive note of almonds. The Mandolinero proves to be an excellent choice to close a dinner, particularly if accompanied by a chocolate dessert or a tart.
The most renowned nero d'Avola, enriched with the enveloping aroma of almonds, is a true pleasure for the most refined palates. Although here it is often considered a dessert wine, it is also appreciated as a companion to a cheerful aperitif based on delicious typical products, with a special mention for cunsato bread, a constant presence on Sicilian tables.