||Romanesque art (il “Romanico”), which spread in Europe between the end of the 10th and the 12th centuries, is an organic whole despite marked differences between the various regions and the varied forms of art connected with it. Its basic distinctive features are a strong sense of the materials used, the capacity for renewal and a blend of rough traits and refined elegance. Canosa boasts three major examples of Romanesque art.
||Manual harvesting; the carefully selected and harvested clusters are crushed and softly pressed.
||The must ferments at length along with the skins at a controlled temperature.
||Refinement takes place in stainless steel, first, and then in 25 hl. casks.
||It pairs impressively with roasted meat and aged cheses.