It has a perfect amount of friendly acidity that would pair with both pastas and meat dishes. It's made from a Sicilian Frappato grape that apparently loves growing in the Pugliese sunshine and rocky soils. It's a little more than we like to pay but well worth it. In fact, this $20 bottle is far better than most $50 bottles we've had. Highly recommended.
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