Vino Di Visciole Vicari 0,5 L
Serve at: 14°-16°C
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Vino Di Visciole Vicari 0,5 L

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Visciole wine is made from a long fermentation of Montepulciano and Sangiovese grapes with a subsequent addition of visciole. The visciola is a small, spherical, dark-colored cherry with a tart flavor.

These fruits are placed in glass containers with sugar, then they are exposed to the sun in the warm months of late June-July; a syrup is produced from their fermentation. Visciole, which have always been present in tradition, were used not only to make wine but also as a dissenting drink.


The Vicari farm is a small family company owned and run by Nazzareno and his two children Vico and Valentina, located in Morro D’Alba. The Vicari were “quelli del pozzo.

buono” (those of the good well), because in their street there was and still exists a big well, where in the past the inhabitants of Morro D’Alba went and drew drinking.

water. Today in each bottle, in each label on remembers this history, containing in the inscription “Del Pozzo Buono” and in the logo of the company, that represents a stylization of the old appearance of great historical well.

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