Italy is one of the world’s richest wine producers. We have over two hundred and fifty grape varieties, each with a unique story of people and places to tell.
Piedmont might be the soul of Italian wine, and Veneto its body, while Tuscany is its beating heart, but Puglia has a passion that the wine world has fallen in love with. We have made a wine that reflects our soul, our heart and our temperament, using some of the very best grapes that Italy has to offer.
Italy is renowned for being the cradle of wine culture, which is why it was also known as Enotria. For three thousand years, its people have tended to their vines, finding the best grape varieties for their area. Many types of grape are now the distinguishing characteristics of this winegrowing nation.
Medium mix soil
East, 150-200m s.l.m.
Spurred cordon and Guyot system
A spicy, full-bodied red that pairs beautifully with flavoured meats such as steak, lamb and pork ribs. Its sapidity means it is a good match with cheese, such as Pecorino or Caciotta, where it reveals a surprising harmony. Serving temperature 16-18 °C
steak, lamb and ribs
cheeses, including Pecorino and Caciotta
“Soft and powerful, with a rich, decisive flavour. This is a wine with a clear, suave aroma. A harmony of fruit and sweet spices with soft notes of sour cherry that make way for hints of mint and balsamic wood”.