From the name of a Roman centurion who lived in our lands in the second century AD. and which was the first to leave written traces of our viticulture. Produced with sweet Magliocco grapes, a vine present throughout Calabria, it is a red with personality and structure that best represents regional production.
Magno Megonio Val di Neto Rosso IGT
Municipality of production Tenuta Rosaneti in the countryside of Rocca di Neto / Casabona
Region of production Calabria
Soil type: clayey, calcareous. Spurred cordon training system, 5000 plants per hectare
Yield per hectare 65 quintals - 40 hectoliters
Harvest period first ten days of October with 15-day maceration in wood, for 12 months in Allier barriques and with a 6-month bottle aging prior to release
Optimal period of wine consumption over five years