A hollow of volcanic origin circumscribes a historic plot of land in the Pachino area. Here the nature of the soil is told by the diversity of its colours, ranging from black clay, to white limestone, to red sand. The land boasts a richness that is transmitted to the historic vineyards and that, translated into wine, is expressed in the complexity of this Nerobufaleffj, a fine selection of Nero d'Avola, with a surprising structure and softness as well as mineral note, typical of vineyards that breathe the sea air.
Colour: intense ruby red with violet hints.
Nose: complex, strong, characteristic, of red fruits, blackberry and notes of vanilla.
Palate: elegant, fruity avour, structured, balanced, lingering on the palate.