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Apollonio

Reserve 2010

A wide range of aromas can be found in it. Its sumptuous, enticing fragrances resemble ripe red fruits, spicy notes like black pepper or cloves, and a delicate touch of coffee. Its well-bodied palate is firmly structured and intense, with good tannins. It has a long finish with a lingering fruity note.

Food pairing: roasted or grilled red meat, meat pies, oven-baked lamb, savoury and mature cheeses.

Serving temperature: 20°C

Recommended glass: a large bowl-shaped glass with an inward-curved rim: the wine can fully breathe, and the glass can be held better in hands. It will help the temperature rise gradually, and aid in the release of the complex fragrances of more structured wines.

Ageing: 24 months in French oak barrels, 12 months in bottles.

Colour: deep ruby-red with garnet reflections.

Alcohol: about 14-15%.

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Rocca dei Mori

2010

Its inviting aromas resemble ripe red fruit, with spicy notes of black pepper and clove, and with delicate undertones of coffee. It is intense, well-structured and round in the mouth, with good tannins. Its long aftertaste is dominated by a persistent fruity note.

Food pairing: best drunk withgrilled or roastedred meats, meat hashes, oven-baked lamb, savoury and mature cheeses.

Serving temperature: 20 °C

Recommended glass: a large bowl-shaped glass with an inward-curved rim: the wine can fully breathe, and the glass can be held better in hands. It will help the temperature rise gradually, and aid in the release of the complex fragrances of more structured wines.

Ageing: 24 months in French oak barriques, 12 months in bottles.

Colour: very intense ruby-red, with garnet reflections.

Alcohol: about 14-15%




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Rocca dei Mori

2014

Elegant, intense aromas of blackberries and plums. In the mouth it is pleasant and rounded with a well-balanced acidity. Smooth yet firm tannins. On both nose and palate it is a very good, vinous and ethereal wine.

Food pairing: best drunk with red meats, with not too spicy fish soups, with mixed boiled meats and cooked salamis, and with fermented, hard cheeses.

Serving temperature: 18°C

Recommended glass: a large bowl-shaped glass with an inward-curved rim: the wine can fully breathe, and the glass can be held better in hands. It will help the temperature rise gradually, and aid in the release of the complex fragrances of more structured wines.

Ageing: 6 months in French oak barrels, 6 months in bottles.

Colour: dense ruby-red.

Alcohol: about 14-15%.

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Rocca dei Mori

2013

Thanks to its long-term aging in bottle, it has distinct, intense aromas of sour jam and intriguing notes of cinnamon and dried figs. It is intense, well-structured and round in the mouth with good tannins. Pleasant fruity notes recall those felt on the nose.

Food pairing: best drunk with pork chops, roasted or stewed horse meat, game, and with medium mature cheeses.

Serving temperature: 18°C

Recommended glass: a large bowl-shaped glass with an inward-curved rim: the wine can fully breathe, and the glass can be held better in hands. It will help the temperature rise gradually, and aid in the release of the complex fragrances of more structured wines.

Ageing: 6 months in French oak barrels, 6 months in bottles.

Colour: dense ruby-red.

Alcohol: about 14-15%.

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Compagnia Vignaioli

2016

Ruby-red, with amaranth edges. Aromas of almonds, dried flowers and fruits. Very pleasant on both nose and palate, it is vinous and ethereal with soft but assertive tannins.

Food pairing: best drunk with aperitifs or appetizers. It also goes with meat dishes (rabbit, veal, lamb, etc.).

Serving temperature: 18-20°C

Aging: three months in large Slavonian oak barrels.

Colour: deep ruby red.

Alcohol: 13-14%

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Forte Incanto

2017

A pleasantly intense, elegant bouquet of blackberries and plums. It is pleasurable and rounded in the mouth with a balanced acidity. It is vinous and ethereal.

Food pairing: best drunk with aperitifs or appetizers. It also goes with meat dishes (rabbit, veal, lamb, etc.).

Serving temperature: 18°C

Aging: three months in large Slavonian oak barrels.

Colour: deep ruby red.

Alcohol: about 13-14%.

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Forte Incanto

2017

An easy-drinking, scented wine. Straw yellow in colour with light green reflections. There are elegant aromas on the nose, with herbaceous and fresh fruit undertones. It is dry, supple, medium-bodied on the palate.

Food pairing: as a structured wine, it is best drunk with white meat, cured meats, seafood, and fresh cheese.

Serving temperature: 8-10°C

Aging: in bottle.

Colour: light straw yellow in the glass, with gold reflections.

Alcohol: about 12-13%.

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Terre del Grico

2013

Intensely ruby-red in colour, it has elegant, intense aromas of blackberries and plums. In the mouth it is pleasant and rounded with a well-balanced acidity. It is a very good, vinous and ethereal wine, with smooth yet firm tannins. A robust wine with a velvety, harmonious balance and a persistent fruity finish.

Food pairing: red meats, Adriatic fish soups (not too spicy), mixed boiled meats, cooked salamis, and fermented, hard cheeses.

Serving temperature: 18-20°C

Recommended glass: As a complex wine, a large bowl-shaped glass with an inward-curved rim is recommended: the wine can fully breathe, and the glass can be held better in hands. It will help the temperature rise gradually, and aid the release of the complex fragrances of this structured wine

Ageing: 12 months in French oak barrels; 6 months in bottles, in a horizontal position and with natural corks

Colour: Intense ruby-red.

Alcohol: about 14-15%.

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Terre del Grico

2014

This is a fresh, tasty and generous wine. Thanks to its aging in wood, it has intense fragrances of sour cherry jam with intriguing notes of cinnamon and dried figs. Its palate is well-structured with perfectly balanced tannins and an elegant aroma of liquorice. Pleasant fruity notes recall those felt on the nose.

Food pairing: pork chops; roasted or stewed horsemeat; game; medium matured cheeses.

Serving temperature: 18°C

Recommended glass: As a complex wine, a large bowl-shaped glass with an inward-curved rim is recommended: the wine can fully breathe, and the glass can be held better in hands. It will help the temperature rise gradually, and aid the release of the complex fragrances of this structured wine

Ageing: 12 months in French oak barrels; 6 months in bottles, in a horizontal position and with natural corks

Colour: Intense ruby-red

Alcohol: about 14-15%.

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Apollonio

Reserve 2012

A wide range of aromas can be found in it. Its sumptuous, enticing fragrances resemble ripe red fruits, spicy notes like black pepper or cloves, and a delicate touch of coffee. Its well-bodied palate is firmly structured and intense, with good tannins. It has a long finish with a lingering fruity note.

Food pairing: roasted or grilled red meat, meat pies, oven-baked lamb, savoury and mature cheeses.

Serving temperature:  20°C

Recommended glass: a large bowl-shaped glass with an inward-curved rim: the wine can fully breathe, and the glass can be held better in hands. It will help the temperature rise gradually, and aid in the release of the complex fragrances of more structured wines.

Ageing:  24 months in French oak barrels, 12 months in bottles.

Colour: deep ruby-red with garnet reflections.

Alcohol: 14-15%.

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Apollonio

2014


Deep ruby red wine with vivid reflections. Thanks to its long-term aging in bottle, it has intense fragrances of sour cherry jam with intriguing notes of cinnamon and dried figs. Its palate is well-structured with perfectly balanced tannins and an elegant aroma of liquorice. Pleasant fruity notes recall those felt on the nose.

Food pairing: pork chops; roasted or stewed horsemeat; game; medium matured cheeses.

Serving temperature: 18 °C

Recommended glass: a large bowl-shaped glass with an inward-curved rim: the wine can fully breathe, and the glass can be held better in hands. It will help the temperature rise gradually, and aid in the release of the complex fragrances of more structured wines.

Ageing: 6 months in French oak barrels, 6 months in bottles.

Colour: intense ruby-red.

Alcohol: about 14-15%.

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Attanasio

2016

Tasting Notes: Deep ruby red color, red jam, raspberries, blueberry, anise, sweet spices nose. The body is full and tasty with soft tannins and alcohol which create a good balance, the elegance is surprising. Very long finish with sweet cherries notes. After 12 months of aging in oak barrels, the wine reaches one of the most complex and sophisticated olfactory compositions while maintaining the taste of indigenous grapes.

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Cosimo Taurino

2010

Made from the following tipes of grape. 
Negroamaro 90%, Malvasia Nera 10%.
Ageing: Suited for a long ageing.

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