Three locals working together an hour south of Rome, championing unsung indigenous grape varieties in biodiverse vineyards filled with olive and fig trees.
The grape here is cesanese, no additions to the vines, soils or bottle. Sits in the very natural edge of natural. Sour cherry hits, olive brine and new leather. Dry as. Would suit a chill, a bowl of puttanesca and/or a hunk of salami.