The red wine Buxento takes its name from the city Buxentum, a term with which the Romans called the Greek city Pixunte, today Policastro, located at the mouth of the river Bussento that crosses the lands of Cilento.
The grapes used to make this wine are 90% Aglianicone (which represents one of the first and oldest vines of Cilento, almost lost but revalued in recent years) and 10% Aglianico (10%).
After fermentation in steel, it matures for two years in sealed clay jars.
It has a bright ruby colour. The families of scents on the nose come out in continuous succession, letting the crunchiness of red fruits, currants and blackberries prevail above all. In the mouth the balance and freshness strike the first taste.
Alcohol content: 14%
Low sulphite content.