Ruby red with purple reflections of good intensity; rich to the nose with notes of blueberry and cherries with subtle vanilla sensations. In the mouth is wide, soft, velvety with good persistence. Recommended with grilled meat, baked lamb or with game bird roasted on a spit. To be served at a temperature of 14 to 16 degrees C °.
the Moro tower, is the crossroads of the four districts of Orvieto; called Pope's Tower, it was later renamed Moro Tower in honor of one of the lords Raffaele di Santo, called ithe Moro. On the basis of the Tower, long Costituente street, there is an inscription taken from the Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri, which refers to the fierce medieval disputes between the powerful local families Monaldeschi and Filippeschi: " "Vieni a veder Montecchi e Cappelletti, Monaldi e Filippeschi, uom sanza cura, color già tristi, e questi con sospetti!"