Franco 2015, Arteteke
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Ready or drink by 2030
Melfi (Potenza), Vulture,
Braised beef with Aglianico sauce
Grilled pork fillet
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Vineyard facing east and north-east, 25-year old vines. Soil composed by mixture of clay and silicium. Manual harvesting from 30th October through 15th November. Spontaneous fermentation in concrete tanks.
At the end of the maceration on the skins, the must is softly pressed and then returned to the concrete tank to complete the alcoholic fermentation. Malolactic fermentation and refinement in wooden barrels.
Arteteke is a story of redemption and resilience. It all begins in 2013 in Basilicata, near Vulture volcano, when Francesco Bagnale (president of the association of families of people with disabilities) and Alessandro Bocchetti, gourmet and communicator, decide to create a farm dedicated to the employment of children with motor and cognitive deseases.
Arteteke in dialect indicates the restlessness of children who cannot sit still. On the label there is Bramea, a very rare butterfly that lives only on the Vulture, around the Monticchio Lakes, a real living fossil that is the greatest pride of the national entomology. An incitement to take flight rather than crawl on the ground.
This wine has a deep nose, where fruit is integrated with notes of cocoa bean, green coffee and omnipresent salty notes. Full in the palate but also refreshing. Homogeneous and smooth tannins, finishing with minerally notes. We tried all his wines, and bought them all. His rosato has no been one of our best selling wines.
Only 250 cases produced.