1989 | The first spumante wine from Nerello Mascalese

After a long oblivion, it is Emanuele Scammacca del Murgo who, more recently, believed and invested again in Spumante wines from Etna starting from grape harvest in 1989, when the first classical method from local Nerello Mascalese grapes was born.

Today Nerello Mascalese, according to technical regulations established by the Consortium of Protection of Etna Doc wines, can be transformed in Spumante wine in the versions Brut Bianco and Rosé. The result of these long refinements on yeasts and long ageing in bottle, is a ‘blanc de noir’ with great personality and complexity, with notes in taste and smell of rare elegance and depth.