This Southern Italian wine fits more into the mold of traditional than modern. By that we mean it’s lean, elegant and not overly extracted. The fruit is earthy and mildly stewed, but good acidity keeps it fresh on the palate. Look for flavors of rhubarb, cranberry and cherry along with hints of raisin and earth.
There’s a unique quality to this wine that recalls bramble, forest floor, cola and small berry fruit. The wine is big and intense with succulent, chewy tannins and sweet tea flavors.
This is a Negroamaro-based wine (with 10% Malvasia Nera) that boasts pretty layers of cinnamon spice and clove over a solid base of chewy, mature fruit. It has an easy, no-fuss personality and would pair well with pizza or pasta.
This Riserva blend of Negroamaro, Montepulciano and Malvasia Nera delivers very ripe and rich notes of strawberry jam and fruit preserves. The mouthfeel is polished and well-structured, but the wine exhibits a mature taste profile.