A sophisticated, elegant wine that embodies its terroir. It is named after one of the mythical Dioscuri, venerated in the ancient Temple of Castor and Pollux, whose imposing ruins are among Cori’s archaeological treasures. A wine with a strong personality and a deep hue, Pollùce is 100% nero buono, an ancient grape variety with an age-old tradition, It was recovered and given a new lease of life thanks to research and experimentation that documented its distinctive traits.
  • Vineyard
Classification: Nero Buono IGT Lazio
Type of wine: red
Grape varieties: Nero Buono 100%
Alcohol content: 13 %
Colour: Ruby red colour
Bouquet: Intense and fragrant nose
Taste: delicate palate, harmonic, with an elegant complexity
Pairings: Suitable to be paired throughout the meal, excellent with strong tasting dishes
Serving temperature: 16-18°C
Preservation: Store in a cool, dry place
Consumption: best to be tasted after 1–3 years after its vintage

Located: well-exposed hills
Altitude: 100-200
Soil: Volcanic-clayey
Training Systems: Rows
Yield per hectare: 60-80 q
Harvest period: last ten days of September 

An excellent food-flexible wine for full-flavoured dishes.
Featured in our tasting menu with:
Casarecce with egg, cheese, black pepper, and broccoli
Bread gnocchi all’Amatriciana with pennyroyal and pecorino cheese