Anna Martens and Eric Narioo started making wine together on Mount Etna, Sicily in 2008. They created “Vino di Anna” in 2010. They now own several hectares of old vine Nerello Mascalese, which they farm organically. They purchased an old winery and Palmento in 2010 which they have restored. They have extended the winery to bury a series of Georgian qvevri for vinification and maturation.
Pale orangey/pink, this wine displays notes of ripe tomatoes coupled with wild strawberries. It is dry and fresh with a fine tannin structure. It is savoury in style with good length and minerality.
Producer Vino di Anna
Origin Etna, Sicily, Italy
Grapes 95% Nerello Mascalese, 5% indigenous white grapes
Style Light and juicy natural wine
Bottle size 750ml
Winemaking Destemmed grapes, maccerated for three days. Fermenting must pressed directly into a 2,000 litre Georgian qvevri. Finished alcoholic fermentation, underwent malolactic fermentation and left on fine lees for 6 months. Unfined and Unfiltred
Notes Natural, Organic, Amphora, Old vines