This wine is made in tribute to Cosimo Taurino, whose nickname was Compa, derived from Compare, or godfather.
Additional tasting notes
Color : Light and limpid red.
Nose : Fruity and charming, on notes of strawberries, raspberries and wild fruit.
Mouth : Pleasantly fruity and intense for a wine in this category.
Alcohol level : 13.5%
Winemaking : In stainless steel tanks.
Food pairing : Antipasti, white meats, pasta in tomato sauce, pizzas and grilled meat.
Aging potential : 8 to 10 years
With more than one eighth of the country's vineyards, Puglia is often considered to be the wine cellar of Italy, topping the list of the number of hectolitres produced alongside Sicily.While yield and productivity tend to hold sway in this ...More infos
The Taurino family has been producing wine since the early nineteenth century in Puglia, the heel of the boot of Italy. The wine culture in the Salento peninsula dates back to ancient times and enjoyed a high reputation, but it was ...More infos