Salina Bianco IGT Salina
60% Inzolia and 40% Catarratto. Hauner Salina Bianco IGT is a brilliant straw yellow with deep golden reflections. The elegant nose is reminiscent of strawberries, sage, exotic fruit and citrus confirmed on a crisp, appealing palate.
“At Hauner we believe that, given the amazing soils, unique landscapes, and fantastic grapes of the Aeolian Islands, we are honor-bound to create wines worthy of such fruit.”
Wine exported to
Hong Kong, Canada, USA, Australia
Most recent awards
- 2019 | James Suckling92
- 2016 | Vinous89
- 2013 | Wine Enthusiast89
60% Inzolia and 40% Catarratto
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16 °C (60.8 °F)
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On the islands of Salina, off the coast of Sicily
12 hectares (30 acres)
400 meters (1,300 feet) above sea level
2,025 vines per acre
Age of vines:
25 years old
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Brilliant straw yellow with deep gold highlights; the elegant nose recalls Mediterranean scrub, strawberry trees, sage, juniper, and myrtle, exotic fruit and citrus confirmed on a crisp, appealing, flavorful and persistent palate.
Best enjoyed at 8-10 °C (46.4-50 °F).
Excellent with fish starters, pasta with vegetables, seafood risotto, fish dishes with sauce, and soft cheeses.
Alcohol cont.: 13% by vol.; dry extract: 32; total acidity: 6,20; residual sugar: 3.34 g/L