Description “At the end of the harvest the blackbirds, called in the local dialect “merula” appear between the rows, catching the small grapes remained in the plant and the grapes fallen to the ground. They are particularly greedy of Montepulciano and for that reason I could not to dedicate them our expression in purity of this vine. “
Beppe di Maria
Tasting notes Bright cherry colored. On the nose it has typical scents of black currant and red ripe cherry with slightly spicy notes. The palate is lashed by a pleasant freshness and an important sapidity; the taste is persistent and enriched with fruity flavors.