FROM ETNA TO VESUVIUS
When it comes to Southern Italy, scenic spots come to memory. "Breathing" volcanoes Etna and Vesuvius, unique beaches of Sicily, multicolored panoramas of the Amalfi coast. Their rich history comes to mind, to which many different peoples made their contribution - from Greeks and Romans to Arabs and European grandees.
It is in this region that the Italian lifestyle is revealed in all its glory. With noisy markets, expressive gestures, unshakable family traditions, wonderfully tasty pizza and excellent coffee.
And of course, Southern Italy cannot be imagined without wine. If only because it was here that the world's first grapevine appeared. Sicilian and Neapolitan wines gained immense popularity in ancient Rome. Unique texture, exquisite aroma and juicy taste make each of them unique.
At Butcher steak houses, we invite you to get acquainted with the excellent wines of Southern Italy.
TRIGAIO / FEUDI DI SAN GREGORIO — a bright young wine made of Aglianico, the main red grape of Campania. Aroma with hints of red fruits. The taste is balanced, with moderate acidity. It reveals notes of cherry, raspberry and dried herbs.
LAMURI / CONTE TASCA D 'ALMERITA — a wine made of the key Sicilian grape variety, Nero d'Avola. It has a rich aroma and a bright taste with notes of plum, cherry, forest mushrooms and undergrowth. Soft tannins and long berry-spicy aftertaste.
KOREM BOVALE IZOLA DEI NURAGHI / ARGIOLAS — a multifaceted and rich wine from the renowned producer of Sardinia. The aroma reveals hints of black berries, spices and balsamic sauce. The taste is deep, with velvety tannins. Long-lasting aftertaste with hints of rosehip and sweet spices.