Nero d'Avola Almond Flavored Red Fillide Wine 75 cl Coral Sorsi di Sicilia
Rosso Fillide is a Nero d'Avola wine flavored with almond, sweet wine, ideal to drink at the end of a meal, as an accompaniment to dessert.
Description: Red wine prepared with Nero d'Avola and natural almond flavors. It stands out thanks to its characteristic Sicilian scent and its delicate and sweet flavor.
- Packaging: 75cl bottle
- Alcohol content : Vol. 14.2%
- Serving temperature: we recommend serving cold.
Last time this product was added to a cart: 2022-06-23
Curiosity: This black wine from Avola takes its name from an ancient tale of Greek mythology. The ancient Greeks told that Princess Phyllis met Acamante son of Theseus who landed in his kingdom for a stop while sailing to Troy. The two young men fell madly in love, but Acamante was forced to continue with the Achaeans to fight in the Trojan War. The war lasted ten long years, during which Phyllis waited for his beloved Achamante. Conquered and destroyed the city of Troy, the Greeks finally began to return to their homeland. The princess, not seeing him return after days, thought that her beloved had disappeared and died out of desperation. The goddess Athena, moved to pity for the tragic end of the young princess, transformed Phyllis into an Almond tree. Acamante, who was not actually dead, when he came and learned of Phyllis's death and her transformation, went to the Almond tree and hugged him lovingly. Thus it was, that suddenly, the bare branches of the almond tree were covered with flowers instead of leaves, as if to return Acamante's tender embrace. According to the myth, that hug is repeated every year in spring.hug is repeated every year in spring. hug is repeated every year in spring.
Coral Sorsi di Sicilia is a Sicilian company that has produced exclusively by hand and in an artisanal way since 2004 according to ancient recipes local, typical liqueurs of the highest quality which with their aromas and flavors speak of Sicily in every part of the world.
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