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Burgundy Line


Type: Red
Classification: Typical Geographical Indication of Calabria.
Vine: Magliocco
Production area: Calabria, east centre in the province of Crotone,
in Carfizzi “Motta – Maradea” resort
Soil: white clay
Altimetry: from 200 to 300 metres above sea level
Plant breeding system: espalier with a density of understocks of 5600
plants per hectare.
Climate: Mediterranean, with mild winters and warm
and dry summers.
Grape harvest: manual, end of October.
Yield per hectare of grapes: 25-30 quintals.
Vinification: traditional fermentation with 15-20 days
steeping, drawing off and soft pressing
Ripening: élevage in French durmast barriques for 24 months
Refining: 24 months in bottles at a controlled temperature.
Colour: purple red with marked violet hints
Scent: intense, delicate, opening up with soft fruit
rising up to persistent and rich vanilla spiced
scents, with balsamic notes.
Flavour: it is warm and velvety to the palate, ample, complex,
long and persistent. Great structure and longevity
Alcoholic degree: 14% vol.
Gastronomic coupling: it goes well with roasted meat, lamb, boar and
game. Ideal with hard, savoury and strong cheeses.
Service temperature: 17-18 °C.


Riso, patate e cozze

Ingredients for 4 people – 1 kg of mussels preferably from the Adriatic Sea – 400g of rice – 5 or 6 medium size potatoes – 3 medium size onions – 50g grated pecorino cheese – 1 clove of garlic – 1 sprig of parsely – celery – APLUVIA Cooking – Organic -Green Line extra … Continue reading Riso, patate e cozze


Spaghetti all’arrabbiata

Ingredients for 4 people – 320g of APLUVIA Cooking – Long pasta -Golden Line spaghetti – 700g of APLUVIA Cooking – Red Line tomato passata – 2 chilli peppers cut into small pieces – 3 cloves of garlic – APLUVIA Cooking – 100% Italian- Green Line extra virgin olive oil – pepper and a pinch … Continue reading Spaghetti all’arrabbiata