The origins of Nero di Troia are uncertain, a mixture of sparse scientific data and plenty of legends. Its name provides the first clue, because it links to the legend of how fugitives from the destruction of Homer’s mythical city of Troy, led by the Greek hero Diomedes, landed on the banks of the River Ofanto on the Tavoliere plain.
Deep and dark red wine, bursting with blueberry fruit and spice on the nose. Powerful blackberry, dark plums and a touch of sour cherry on the palate, it has a silky texture with a long finish full of fruit.
Perfect for BBQ meat, ''carne al fornello'', game meat.