Cultivated using the ancient bush-trained system which is naturally low-yield, it nonetheless has great concentration and organoleptic complexity. A Negroamaro with a strong personality yet a delicate palate.
The name and image on the label in fact recalls a rose window, the decorative roundel present on the facades of Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque style churches.
An explosion of architectural decorations, loaded with symbolism that speak of a multi-faceted world. Within these elements there is the history of a land that the famous Guido Piovene defined as “an endless plain of embraces and sea breezes, a land of mirages and sweetness”. The symbolic meaning of the rose window is closely related to the circle which, like an “infinite line” with no beginning and no end, is the symbol of God, and of eternity.