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    Nero buono, an ancient native grape variety grown on the volcanic soil of the Cori hills. Low yields per hectare, grape selection, and long ageing in oak barrels make it original and exclusive.
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    Classification: Nero Buono IGT Lazio
    Type of wine: Red
    Grape varieties: Nero Buono 100%
    Alcohol content: 13.5%

    Colour: intense ruby red colour
    Bouquet: harmonic and persistent nose
    Taste: dry, full bodied palate with scents of fruits of the forest, cocoa note at the end
    Pairings: best with rich and tasty dishes
    Serving temperature: 18°C
    Preservation: Store in a cool, dry place
    Consumption: to be tasted after at least two years of ageing 

    Area: Lava hills 
    Altitude: 200 – 250
    Soil: Volcanic – clayey 
    Training system: Rows 
    Yeld for hectare: 6 - 8 t 
    Harvest period: 10th-20th September

    Perfect with red meats and mature cheeses.
    Featured in our tasting menu with:
    Roast sirloin of beef with onions braised in Nero Buono
    Lean lamb with grilled fennel and herb sauce
    Roast sirloin of beef with puréed rocket and potatoes and Nero Buono reduction
    Lamb chop scottadito with crispy vegetables and cacciatore sauce