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Low Sulphite Vegan
Susucaru Rosso Frank Cornelissen MAGNUM -Buon Vino Natural Wine
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Susucaru Rosso Frank Cornelissen MAGNUM 2018

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One Line Description Susucaru Rosso Magnum Frank Cornelissen,Natural wine, Low sulphur wine, previously Contadino, Strawberries and cream, mint, cherry & light peppercorn. Simply Delicious!
Production Method Natural, Organic
Country Italy Italian
Region Sicily, Italy
Producer Frank Cornelissen
Vintage 2018
Wine Type Red Wine
Wine Style Light bodied
Grape Blend Nerello Mascalese 85%, Nerello Capuccio, Minella Nera, Allicante Bouschet, Minella Bianco
Alcohol 12%
Terroir Volcanic Soils
Total Sulphur Level Values can vary from 5 to 30 mg/l, added or not, depending on the quality of grapes and stability of the wine.
Maturation In neutral epoxy tanks from 2500 liters to 7000 liters
Annual Production 20 - 30,000 bottles
Ageing Potential Drink young but will develop nicely over 2-3 years
Production Detail Destemming and light crushing of the grapes, starting with a “pied-de-cuve” using only indigenous yeasts.
Natural Features Low Sulphite (Sulphur), Vegan, Unfined, Funky Aromas


Susucaru Rosso Frank Cornelissen, Natural wine, Low sulphur wine, previously named Contadino, Strawberries and cream with a more stringent backbone. Subtle mint, soft peppercorn and delicate sweet cherry. Immediately consumed by the delicateness of the wine & wanting more after every sip. Great served lightly chilled at a BBQ or with a hearthy, earthy Beetroot salad.

After his first vintage in 2001, Frank Cornelissen quickly established himself as one of the top producers in the world. Under the complete understanding that man will never know the true power of nature, he thinks of himself more as an observer than a winemaker. He believes that he is learning all the time from mother nature and that she is making him and his wines better each vintage. Using multiple plots on the northern valley of Etna, low grape yields & late harvesting help him produce his iconic territorial wines from local varieties. He has become something of icon himself within the natural wine movement and his vintages are highly sort after and sell quickly. They are truly representative of the unique wine making soils and climatic conditions to be found on Europe's highest volcano.

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