Of volcanic origins rich in potassium, phosphorous
and other micro elements. Though well draining, this
type of soil retains sufficient moisture to sustain
the vine even in times of drought. The high concentration
of minerals in the soil favours the production of top
These are situated on the hills in the Castelli Romani
area to the South of Rome.
After destemming, the whole berries are cold macerated
for 48/72 hours and then the very soft pressing of the
pomace is followed by a slow, cool temperature- controlled
fermentation. The wine is left in stinless steel vats
to mature for a few months before bottling.
| Tasting Notes
Bright pale straw colour. Rich grapey nose with nutty
overtones. Creamy, soft palate with rich and persistent
fruity and minerally flavours.
It is ideal to be served lightly chilled as an aperitif
or with delicate but intense starters, bruschette, crostini
and pizza. Excellent with white meats. Fish and medium