Fresh notes of apple, light tropical scents of pineapple, and toasted notes slowly unfold as the wine sits in the glass.


A fresh core of fruit gently opens up on the midpalate and is edged off with a good acidity that lingers on to the end. It is round, well-balanced and with a smooth long aftertaste.

Growing Conditions

- Altitude: 750 m. (2250 feet) above sea level
- Terroir: black soil, deep porous volcano ash soil with traces of sand, very rich in minerals
- Exposure: North - North-East
- Plant density: 8000 vines per hectare
- Training system: Alberello


Middle of October
- Yield per hectare: 6000 kilo


The alcoholic fermentation and malolactic fermentation were both carried out in stainless steel tanks.

- Carricante Field blend


In stainless steel, then 2 months in French barriques of second passage.


Bright-gold color in the glass.

Food Pairing

The wine drinks wonderfully on its own, and pairs great with various light antipasti, vegetables like asparagus, avocado, grilled vegetables and salads, on the seaside: steamed and baked cray-fish, scrimps, and mussels, as well as grilled fish. Also seabass with a light cream based sauce is a great match, as well as hard cheeses like Comté and Gruyere.