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  • 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.

    30,70 € 34,70 €
  • 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.

    13,90 €
  • 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.

    9,90 €
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  • 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.

    9,00 €
  • The Merlot is a Lazio IGT red with a fresh and fruity taste, signed Casale del Giglio. The homonymous production grapes are the result of a careful process of the company to increase the quality to produce excellent wines. Merlot is simply bottled purity.

    7,00 €
  • 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.

    8,49 €
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  • This white wine takes its name from the ancient pre-Roman city of Satricum. Traces of the earliest huts, which formed a village around a central place of worship on high ground near the river Astura, date from the IX century B.C. This hillside settlement, later to become the acropolis of the city, was the site of a temple dedicated to the goddess Mater Matuta.

    6,15 €
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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.

    7,90 €

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