The Aglianico Grapes used to make Nirò are cultivated in southern Italy, on hilly lands with a favourable climate and full sun exposure, that's how they give birth to this ruby red wine. The intense and elegant aroma evokes wild dark berries such as blackberries and marasca cherries, enriched by a light spiciness. To the palate the features are well-balanced. Dry, warm and velvety, with ripe tannins supported by a good alcoholic note.
RECOMMENDED PAIRINGS: Pappardelle with wild boar ragù, game, red meat in general, aged cheese.
SERVING TEMPERATURE: 15-16°C
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 13.5%
WINE STORAGE: between 12 and 16°C, away from direct sources of light, avoiding excessively dry conditions.