Intense, complex and elegant, ruby red colour, full of berry fruit and liquorice aromas.
Made from a blend of Sangiovese, Canaiolo and Ciliegiolo grapes grown in the Cinigiano hills on the Poderi del Bello Ovile estate. Masi's purchase of this estate in collaboration with Conti Serego Alighieri marks the return of the descendants of the poet Dante to Tuscany, their land of origin, after an unbroken experience acquiring expertise in winemaking in Valpolicella following the purchase of estates there in 1353.
Grape Varieties Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Ciliegiolo
Prizes and accolades
Look: deep ruby red with violet reflections.
Nose: strong berry fruit and liquorice.
Palate: firm and richly fruity, but soft and well-balanced at the same time. Plums and sweet spices. Delicate with a long finish.
A big wine, but very versatile at table thanks to its extreme softness. Goes well with pasta dishes with meat sauce, roast and grilled meat, especially lamb.
Tuscany and the Veneto are the two homelands of the aristocratic Serego Alighieri family, descendants of the poet Dante, who settled in the Valpolicella region of the Veneto after his exile from Florence. The purchase of the “Poderi del Bello Ovile” vineyards, managed in collaboration with Masi, marks the return of this aristocratic family to their native land after dedicating more than 650 years to viticulture and winemaking in Valpolicella. The name of the holding and the wine is a reference to the passage in Dante’s “Divine Comedy” where the exiled poet dreams.
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