Grapes are sourced from the Campo Rotaliano, an alluvial plain between the Rivers Adige and Noce - an ideal area for cultivating vines and the heartland of the indigenous Teroldego grape. After 8-10 days' maceration in stainless steel, maturation is carried out in large oak barrels for 6-8 months before bottling.
A fruit-forward and vibrant red with aromas of ripe black cherry and forest fruits. A savoury palate with juicy fruit balanced by fresh sappy acidity. Ripe summer pudding characters mingle with bitter chocolate, liquorice and spicy notes.
In the region it would typically be served with tagliatelle and venison, but this works well with any pasta dishes with meat or tomato-based sauces.