Floral, rose-like fragrance with fresh garden herbs. The acidity and tannin are noticeable in the attack. In the finish the wine remains fruity and pleasantly soft. The medium to late ripening Nero Buono variety, grows exclusively in the province of Lazio.
Sausage and cheese platters, pasta dishes or with a roast
6 months in steel tanks and 3 months in barriques.
In Zagarolo, an ancient village built on a tuff hill, stands the Federici winery. Here, in this historical place, Antonio Federico began to produce wines with regional personality in 1960. To this day the winery is a leader in the production of regional grape varieties such as Malvasia, Trebbiano, Nero Buono or Cesanese. Outside Rome, the wines of the Lazio region are not yet very well known. This is not surprising, as over 60% of these wines are enjoyed locally.