||Altitude: 400 m. a.s.l. South-West exposure.
||Deep and sandy, with traces of limestone and clay layers along the profile, well drained soil.
||Espalier with Cordon spur.
||End of October, manual harvest.
||Vinification with long maceration on the skins at controlled temperature in stainless steel tanks.
||24 months in French oak barriques.
||Cold meats and aged cheeses, pasta with meat sauces, mushrooms and truffles, red meats and grilled game, long cooked meats.
||Price Mastroberardino Naturalis Historia Taurasi 2014 € 31.56