The name Platea (from the Latin “platea”, meaning square) derives from the location of the winery, situated in a side street of the town’s main square.
Obtained from Montepulciano and Cesanese grapes, both hand-picked, it has a beautiful bright ruby red colour and a bouquet of violets with notes of wild berries.
Brother to the red Platea, but different in that it contains no added sulphites, giving it a pure and natural flavour.
In the mouth it is velvety and with delicate tannins.
It goes well with cold meats, cheeses, Amatriciana pasta (with tomato sauce and jowl bacon), abbacchio (roast lamb) and red meats. It is recommended to serve it at 12-14 °C.