Paolo Petrilli's company, characterized by Bio 006 certification and Icea Bio Vegan Certificate, has embraced eco-sustainable production while maintaining high standards in terms of quality and food safety. Motta del Lupo 2018 is a vegan organic wine awarded for the second time by the Slow Food wine guide.
Made with a blend of Nero di Troia, Sangiovese, Montepulciano and Bombino Bianco, it is characterized by a bright red color, a hint of black cherry and black currant and an intense flavor.
It is a wine to drink in company in front of a table laden with grilled meat, cheese and cold cuts.
SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA PER ORDINI SUPERIORI AI 79 EURO
Rosso rubino chiaro.
Aromi fruttati di prugna, lampone e ciliegia, con note di basilico, cannella e chiodi di garofano.
Rinfrescante ed energetico, morbido e pulito, con buona peristenza.
Bombino Bianco/Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, Montepulciano, Sangiovese, Uva di Troia
0,75 L Standard
DOC Cacc'e mmitte di Lucera
Contrada Motta della Regina - Lucera (FG)
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Name: Paolo Petrilli Winemaker name: Filippo Giannone, Andrea Boaretti Address: Contrada Motta della Regina - Lucera (FG) Web Site: www.paolopetrilli.it
A renowned organic producer and a profound connoisseur of the Foggia area, Paolo Petrilli has also been a winemaker for about 10 years, with the aim of aiming for the production of high quality wines that are representative of the Lucera area.
A goal that was achieved in full thanks to the production of Cacc'e Mmitte, a wine with a unique and powerful character, which perfectly represents Lucera's terrior. Balance and elegance are the characteristics that Paolo Petrilli researches and it is what we find in the glass, while we taste his wines.
Years of experience have led him to winemaking in wooden vats, progressively renouncing those in steel; use of wood that remains, however, always well dosed and calibrated for the refinement of its wines. Paolo's project found fertile ground in the production of Cacc'e Mmitte di Lucera, a wine renowned in the past much more for its strength than for its finesse and elegance.