2013 De Angelis Gioacchino Lacrima Christi Del Vesuvio Rosso
Lacrima is an ancient and local grape that is rarely found outside of the town of Morro d'Alba. The wine is only produced by a handful of estates. The grape's name (meaning "tear" in Italian) is derived from its tear-like shape, or, alternatively, its thin skin that allows tear-like drops of juice to drip from the grape.
Deep ruby-red with medium pronounced aromas of cherry and red fruit with notes of plum, raspberry, and black pepper, the wine offers refined tannins and good acidity.
Cold cuts and meat. Some might even be paired to the typical fish soup from Ancona