La Pizzuta Del Principe Zingamaro Greco Nero 2019


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Alcohol: 14.5%

Grape(s): 100% Greco Nero

Localization: Calabria, Italy

Tasting Notes: Dark and deep purple. An olfactory range of sure charm that recalls sweet notes of ripe fruit such as blackberry and black cherry, in which violet and cocoa are inserted. The tasting is in perfect harmony, revealing softness, envelopingness and balance. Persistent and convincing.

Food pairing: This black Greco wine is warm, soft and persistent on the palate, excellent to be enjoyed with red meats, game and mature cheeses.

The Domain: Albino Bianchi is a sensitive and passionate winemaker, together with his wife Clara Ranieri, led the evolution of the company, marked by a harmonious balance between tradition and innovative solutions.

The Bianchi spouses, making use of prestigious oenological consultancies, have focused on the respect and enhancement of the territory, which, thanks to a unique combination of soil, altitude and microclimate, allows the production of wines with an unrepeatable personality.

Today, alongside Albino and Clara is their daughter Dorina Bianchi, who has always participated in the territory's political and social reality. Thanks to her company, she has embraced a responsible and organic approach to crops. However, Dorina Bianchi’s commitment goes far beyond the borders of Pizzuta, aiming to grow the entire territory, starting with the protection and enhancement of the precious habitat of the naturalistic oasis of the Foce del Neto. Together with her company, she follows the course of this “river of history”, to be made known and re-lived.

The winery: designed and built in the early nineties of the last century by Albino Bianchi, a pharmacist of old family descent. It is integrated with the landscape, respecting tradition and naturalness. With the production of excellent wines, La Pizzuta redeems the native vines of this land, which is a lost memory of the ancient Greeks.

Today, Pizzuta del Principe produces nine different labels, including whites, reds, and rosés. We prefer native vines such as Pecorello, Magliocco, Greco Nero, Gaglioppo, and Greco Bianco, but among our wines, there are also bottles of international vines such as Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon.