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Brut Classic Method Sparkling Wine from the Cotarella Family is a sparkling wine with a fine and persistent perlage. It has a straw yellow color with greenish reflections, the bouquet opens with fruity hints and floral notes, which mix with vanilla and the sweetness of the wood. On the palate it is fresh and structured with a pleasant drink.
Korì is a classic method sparkling wine vinified in purity from Bellone grapes, a native vine of the volcanic hills of Cori. It has an intense straw yellow color, a fine and persistent perlage, and a fragrant bouquet of apple, cedar and candied citrus, to which are added notes reminiscent of cream puffs deriving from the lysis of the yeast. On the palate it's savory and fresh.
The traditional Danieli Tarallo is produced according to the ancient method which requires an important ingredient: time. Carefully selected ingredients processed by hand and left to rest before being baked. Fragrant, tasty and perfect for an aperitif or simply as a snack.
Appia Antica 400 Malvasia from the Tenuta Principe Alberico winery has a straw yellow color with golden nuances, on the nose the aromas are of fruity aromas, chamomile, apple and citrus fruits, with floral notes, on the palate it is fresh and fruity with light notes minerals.
Appia Antica 400 Rosso from the Tenuta Principe Alberico winery has a ruby red colour, on the nose there are hints of fruity aromas, blackberries and blueberries with sweet nuances, chocolate and spicy notes of cinnamon, on the palate it is soft and fruity with light savory notes .
Appia Antica 400 Bianco from the Tenuta Principe Alberico winery has a straw yellow color with greenish nuances, the nose has hints of fruity aromas, pear, citrus fruits, cedar, lime, with floral notes, on the palate it is dry and fruity with light notes minerals.
NZÙ was born from Marco Carpineti's need to produce a wine in full harmony with nature. From Nero Buono grapes grown where man, with the help of horses, rules the field. In the cellar then the natural fermentation with indigenous yeasts and the maturation in terracotta amphorae give life to NZÙ, a wine of the past with hints of red fruits and spices and a robust and dry palate.