- Vino di Visciole NV
- Lacrima di Morro d'Alba, Sour Cherries
- Red, Sweet, Full-Bodied, Fruity,
- Pair wines of the Italian Renaissance with noble nibbles and artistic eats.
- Redundancy advocates will match with a warm cherry cobbler.
- Try with squares of dark chocolate
- or perhaps a whole-roasted duck.
Nose: Medium-High Intensity, youthful, black cherry, strawberry jam, wild flowers
Mouth: Full Bodied, medium sweet, medium-high acidity, light tannin, moderate-high intensity, long finish, red fruits, cherry, herbaceous
- A favorite wine of Duke Federico da Montefeltro, 15th century "general for hire" who after losing his right eye to a sword blow, had the bridge of his nose removed to restore enough field of vision to avoid assassination attempts, vino di Visciole marries the syrup of sugar-soaked sour cherries with ripe red wine, the re-fermented result of which is a wine like no other. Astounding!
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