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Hauner Salino Rosso 2014

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The entry level red from Hauner of the Aeolian Islands and it's fantastic! More red fruits and fruits in general pop out of the glass compared to the more premiuim Heira Rosso. This fruitiness is balanced well by acidity and the classic Aeolian salt crunch that runs through all of these wines... it must be the maratime influence. A very drinkable mid-weight red from an obscure place.

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Details

Province of Messina
Established: 1968
Owner: Carlo Hauner
Winemakers: Carlo Hauner & Gianfranco Sabbatino
Production: 125,000 bottles
Hectares under vine: 25
Viticulture: Conventional

Carlo Hauner was an extraordinary man. Born in Brescia in 1927, Carlo established a brilliant international reputation as an artist and designer. Visiting the Aeolian Islands off the coast of Sicily for the first time in 1963, he fell in love with their natural beauty and, in particular, the famous Malvasia dessert wines.  These seven volcanic islands, now UNESCO World Heritage Sites, had been left decimated by mass emigration, much of it to Australia, following phylloxera and two world wars.  Carlo is credited with bringing the Islands Malvasia dolce back to life, described by Gambero Rosso as “flaunting nuances of Mediterranean scrubland and delicious echoes of candied citrus”. The range also includes a refreshing white from Cataratto and Inzolia; juicy and fruit forward Rosso from Nero d’Avola and Nerello Mascalese and the stunning Hiera, made from Nero d’Avola, Alicante and Nocera.

Additional Information

Volume (ml)750ml
How it's madeMostly regular production techniques
Product typeWine Red Other Varietal/ Blends Italian Style
Vintage2014
CountryItaly
RegionAeolian Islands
Sub-RegionSalina

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