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A deep ruby-red wine with violet nuances. The promise of blackcurrant, blueberry and wild cherry, black pepper, cinnamon and cardamom on the nose is amply fulfilled on the palate. Warm and luscious but supported by fine tannins, all the fruit and spice return in the lengthy finish.
Casale del Giglio's Cabernet Sauvignon is a wine produced with only Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. It presents to the eye with an intense and deep ruby red color, with a bouquet including raspberry, black cherry, cassis, and hints of juniper, musk and undergrowth. On the palate it expresses its elegance, soft and rich at the same time, with a persistent and complex finish.
Giacobbe is the Olevano Romano Cesanese Superiore DOC by Alberto Giacobbe, which presents itself with a garnet red color and aromas of red fruits and white pepper. On the palate it's spicy, fresh and savory at the right point with a bitter closure. A wine that goes perfectly with a boar ragout noodle.
Lepanto is a Cesanese del Piglio Superiore Riserva DOCG from the Alberto Giacobbe cellars, with an intense red color characterized by aromas of red fruits including plum. On the palate the fruity notes and a full and round taste are confirmed. Pleasant with local cuisine and cheeses.
Pilarocca is the delicious fruit of a grape from a single 1-hectare vineyard near Piglio in Lazio. The variety is 100% Cesanese di Affile, intense ruby red color, balsamic notes on the nose, dark coffee and ripe cherry, long and fruity finish. One of those wines that prefer to age in the bottle for a long time.
The name Mater Matuta derives from that of the ancient Italic goddess of the dawn, protectress of fertility and birth. Her cult extended throughout central Italy and the famous temple of the ancient city of Satricum, situated close to Le Ferriere in the Province of Latina, was dedicated to her.
Matidia is the tribute of Casale del Giglio to a Roman noblewoman mother-in-law of the Emperor Hadrian who at his death in 119 AD he deified her. It's produced with Cesanese grapes, and is characterized by hints of morello cherry and spices, while on the palate it is fresh and savory with a long and persistent mineral aftertaste. It's an elegant wine and well predisposed to aging.
The Poggio Le Volpi Baccarossa wine is a pure Nero Buono, with an intense and luminous color, characterized by aromas of ripe red fruit, cherry in alcohol, accompanied by hints of Mediterranean scrub and a balsamic aftertaste. A full-bodied and elegant wine to combine with dishes with strong flavors.