Our journey begins in Salento, by tasting a fantastic IGP Primitivo del Salento. It is an ancient wine, the result of a preserved tradition. Intense ruby ​​red color, with a strictly typical flavor of a generous, complex and elegant wine. It pleasantly accompanies the strong dishes of Mediterranean cuisine such as roasts and game.

Type: Red

Denomination: Protected Geographical Indication

Production area: Salento

Year: 2016

Grapes: 100% Primitivo

Alcoholic degree: 14% vol.

Serving temperature: 18 – 20 ° C

Capacity: 75 cl

Our journey continues tasting another typical Salento wine: the Nigro, an ancient wine that has always been produced in Salento following ancient traditions. Intense garnet red color, typical of Negroamaro; round taste, pleasantly bitter, dry, with excellent structure. It goes well with roasted or stewed red meats, lamb, kid and aged cheeses.

Type: Red

Denomination: Protected Geographical Indication

Production area: Salento

Year: 2015

Grapes: 100% Negroamaro

Alcoholic degree: 14,5% vol.

Serving temperature: 18 – 20 ° C

Capacity: 75 cl

Salento, as we know, is a magical land famous all over the world for “il mare, lu sule e lu jentu” (the sea, the sun and then wind) and for the Negroamaro Rosso IGP. Negroamaro is an ancient wine, produced for centuries in Salento as the good traditions that are respected. Intense ruby ​​red color and pleasantly bitter, dry, spicy flavor with excellent structure. Perfectly accompanies grilled meats and cheese.

Type: Red

Denomination: Protected Geographical Indication

Production area: Salento

Year: 2016

Grapes: 100% Negroamaro

Alcoholic degree: 13,5% vol.

Serving temperature: 18 – 20 ° C

Capacity: 75 cl

The first place to discover through its flavors is Spoleto, a beautiful town famous for its wines! Trebbiano Spoletino IGT has a delicate aroma of white flowers with hints of fruit, and is presented as a deep and elegant wine that goes well with appetizers, fish dishes and white meats.

Type: white

Denomination: Typical geographical indication

Production area: Spoleto

Grape variety: 100% Trebbiano Spoletino

Alcoholic degree: 13,5% vol.

Capacity: 75 cl

Our journey through the Umbrian flavors continues thanks to the Rosato dell’Umbria IGT, a wine for all gastronomic occasions that do not require rigorous combinations. It goes very well with appetizers, soup, eggs, white and red meats, soups.

Type: rosé

Denomination: Typical geographical indication

Winemaker: Massimiliano Caburazzi

Grapes: sagrantino, sangiovese, merlot

Alcoholic degree: 13,5% vol.

Capacity: 75 cl

A classic Umbrian that cannot be missed on our journey to discover the flavors of the Bel Paese is Normannia Montefalco Sagrantino, an intense red wine with a note of blackberries, currants, mint and oriental spices.

Type: red

Denomination: Controlled and Guaranteed Denomination of Origin

Winemaker: Massimiliano Caburazzi

Grapes: 100% sagrantino

Alcoholic degree: 14% vol.

Capacity: 75 cl

Wines are certainly one of the Umbrian flagships, but there are many other specialties that should not be underestimated. We invite you to continue our journey together by tasting the Grappa di Sagrantino Peccatores, from the Bartolini winery.

Denomination: Sagrantino grappa

Distillation: distillation takes place in November

Alcohol content: 40% Vol.

Refinement in bottle: 4 months

Serving temperature: 10 ° -14 ° C.

Recommended glass: small tulip-shaped goblet

Our journey ends by tasting another product from the Bartolini winery: Essential, Vino Passito Umbria. This passito goes very well with blue cheeses and dry pastries.

Typology: I.G.T

Vinification: wine obtained from selected Trebbiano Spoletino grapes dried for several months on racks

Serving temperature: 12 ° -14 ° C.

Capacity: 0.375ml