Tha almost exctinted red wine (EXTREMELY RARE)
Neretto or Maiolo is an ancient native vine of Emilia Romagna (once widespread on the Bolognese Hills) which risked extinction, after the boom in the 1960s. industrialization, it was decided to focus on the most productive international vines. For some years now the Consorzio Vini Colli Bolognesi has been trying to save and safeguard this grape variety already known since Roman times (Maiolus). Antonio *********, winemaker in Monteveglio (on the Bolognese hills), committed to the recovery of this local heritage, offers us his “Naigartèn”. Intensity is the word that distinguishes it; with a very dark color, which makes me think of a moonless night, the marked notes of small red and black fruits, those of red flowers, the hints of undergrowth, spices and wild herbs. Rustic but gentle on the palate, acidulous, tannic, bitter and smooth. "Tied" very well, he shows off a strong and balanced character and leaves his mark. Very interesting.