Dark in colour, almost black-violet. The nose is very inviting with bright cherry and stalky dark fruits. Plum, spice and lots of dark fruits, with succulent red and dark fruit palate, with hallmark freshness. The impression you get when smelling a wine just finishing fermentation with notes of hay.
Food match: Pizza, braised meats or hard cheese
grapes: 90% Tintore, 10% Piedirosso
sugar: 0 added sugar, residual sugar <2 g
sulphites: low sulphites <30 mg
In the 1990’s Alfonso Arpino, a doctor from the village of Tramonti took over his family’s vineyard, he soon became passionate about wine-producing and bought further vineyards which contained ancient wines of over 100 years old, the various vineyards are planted with ancient, native Campanian vines such as Piedirosso and Tintore, and Ginestra, Pepella, and Bianca tenera.
The climate is influenced by the wind coming from the South-West and from the breeze which softens the climate in summer, and a mountainous climate and wind from the North in winter.
Manually harvested, used stainless vat fermentation for 12-15 days. Aged in stainless steel. Malolactic fermentation