2016 Poggio Le Volpi Baccarossa Nerobuono 99 points Luca Maroni + Tre Bicchier • 0.75 l • Rosso

Full bodied and fruity, Berries, Cherry, Clove, Coffee, Dark Chocolate, Liquorice, Spices, Tobacco, Vanilla

red meats, Pork, Roast and Pastrami

Climate:
The proximity of the Tyrrhenian Sea to the west is also important; cool sea breezes temper the drier, warmer temperatures on the coast, while the mountainous area is subject to various macroclimates despite being protected by the Apennines from the cold winds coming from the northeast.

Underground:
fertile and porous (well-drained) land. Nourishment for the grapes is provided by lava and tufa soils, rich in potassium.

Vinification:
Nerobuono: Top-selling powerful red from rare grape from vineyards overlooking the emerald city; ; the Nerobuono grape is one of the world’s few ‘teinturiers’ – referring to a vine that produces fruit with intensely coloured skin and juice