GUTTURNIO DOC, red wine from  Emilia-Romagna in north-east Italy. ‘Barbera gives acidity, Bonarda gives soft, fleshy fruit. Its name derives from gutturnium, a large drinking cup from which the wines of the Piacenza hills were quaffed by the Romans.’ (David Gleave, 1989, p82).

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CERTIFIED ORGANIC, BIODYNAMIC PRACTICES

CERTIFIED ORGANIC

NO CERTIFICATION | Castello di Luzzano. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Burton Anderson, The Wine Atlas of Italy (Mitchell Beazley, London, 1990).

David Gleave, The Wines of Italy (Salamander Books, London, 1989).

Dr Ian D’Agata, Native Wine Grapes of Italy (University of California Press, 2014).

Nicolas Belfrage MW, Life Beyond Lambrusco (Sidgwick & Jackson, 1985)

Nicolas Belfrage MW, From Barolo to Valpolicella—The Wines of Northern Italy (Faber & Faber, 1999).

Oxford Companion to Wine 4th edition ed. Jancis Robinson MW and Julia Harding MW (Oxford University Press, 2015).