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Cuppari "San Placido" Faro '12

Sicily

Cuppari "San Placido" Faro '12

In Messina, off the northeastern coast of Sicily, lies Cuppari, the oldest winery of the region.  Its headquarters is an ancient monastery that dates back to the 1500s.  While the equipment in the winery has since been modernized, the building is historic.  At the monastery, the winery doubles as an institute, "P. Cuppari," focusing on education and agriculture.  This allows students to partake upon every aspect of the farming and cultivation that goes on here, under consultancy of Nicola Centonze, who is also part of the Centonze Winery in Sicily as well.  This is truly a collaborative winery where outside of their consultant, no single individual is highlighted as it is constantly a wave of those with the desire to learn and do so as a team, headed by those professors of the institute.

The vineyards are located on the hillside of the sea, where coastal winds help keep such a hot climate in moderation.  However, the sun is bright and unobstructed, and you will find an expression of Nerello Mascalese unlike any you've experienced from Mount Etna.  This blend is rich, full of dark bold fruit and spice, that will coat your palate and linger in a fine, long finish.  Highly structured and not to be messed with, this will be perfect with grilled meats & rich seafood fare.

Perman

Italy

Details

Producer Cuppari
Vintage 2012
Format 750ml

Acidity

4 / 5

Tannin

5 / 5

Body

5 / 5

Sweetness

1 / 5

Fruity

4 / 5

Funky

1 / 5

In-Store Pickup

To pick up your order, visit us at our Near North location. Due to our limited storage space, orders can only be held in the store for up to 30 days after purchase. If items are not picked up after 30 days, a $10 monthly item storage fee will be charged. Any orders of 2 cases or more will be charged per case. 

Near North

Mon–Fri Noon–8 / Sat 11–7
Closed on Sunday

1167 N Howe Street
Chicago, IL 60610
312.255.8990
orders@permanwine.com

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