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Cabernet Sauvignon, praised by Pliny the Elder in his monumental work Naturalis Historia, under the name of Biturica because it was cultivated by the Bituriges who lived on the northern side of the Pyrenees at that time. Adaptable to almost any climatic condition, here it has found warm and sunny terrains, ideal for the production of red wines with great structure and longevity.
The Cesanese is an indigenous red grape of Lazio, which has always been cultivated in the territory but has only been rediscovered qualitatively in recent years. In the case in Cesanese Imperatori, the Affile clone is used, pleasant and persuasive.
This is a very elegant wine embodying its land of origin, and named after the mythical Dioskouroi, “sons of Zeus”, to whom the ancient Temple of Castor and Pollux is dedicated. This wine is produced by using purity vinification of Bellone grapes. This latter is a local species of grape also known as “uva pane”, due to its thin and delicate skin.
Cesanese is a vine that is born from afar: it is precisely in Roman times that the first cultivations in the Cesano valley are traced back; the bond with the territory is very strong. Urban Bubble is the most typical and true expression of an ancient little known little vine.
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.
A native of France’s renowned Bordeaux vine growing region, Sauvignon is a grape variety which loses its aroma very quickly if it is exposed to too much direct sunlight. After extensive research, the variety was introduced to the Agro Pontino valley south of Rome where it has achieved outstanding results.