- decsription: red wine
- alcohol by volume: 15%
- format: 750 ml
- vintage: 2011
- variety: Primitivo
- tasting notesruby red in color, the nose is warm, with notes of black berries. On the palate it is full, with a good balance of tannins and acidity.
- food pairing: pasta, red meat and aged cheeses
- serving temperature: 16-18°
This wine celebrates the years that have passed since Accardo Guarini, Count of Valesio, in 1114 cultivated his vineyard on the Pìutri estate, as documented in a contemporary parchment.
It is made from grapes harvested after careful over-ripening, towards the end of the second week of September and vinified exclusively in the ancient cisterns with concrete plaster, dug under the cellar and equipped with temperature control.
It is a long-lived wine, rich and intense in aromas and taste.