Visual examination: a brilliant ruby red.
Aroma: fresh and fruity with notes of violets and red berry fruit.
Flavor: soft, savory, and joyous with elegant hints of freshness.
Soil: pliocene origin, sedimentary formations characterized by the presence of alternating strata of yellow sands and clay with a notable presence of marine fossils.
Microclimate: Warm and temperate with average to elevated precipitation, cold winters and warm to very warm summers and particularly sunny late afternoons and sunsets given the precise western exposure.
Exposure: South – West with vine rows facing North-South.
Suggestions: a red wine to be drunk young, preferibly in tulip-shaped crystal stemware.
With food: excellent with fi rst courses (pasta, risotto, soups), carpaccio (sliced raw meat), Mediterranean fish soups, pizza. It can be served at low temperatures (approximately 12° C.) as well.
Characteristics: a fresh and fragrant wine, very savory with an elevated territorial personality.