In the Middle Age, Carlo d’Angiò travelled to the hills of Basilicata, in the south of Italy. It looks like he falls in love with an authentic, soft and elegant wine. He ordered 400 bottles for his cellar. That wine, today, is here. Its name is 400 Some.
Grapes are handpicked between end of October and beginning of November. Afterwards traditional maceration over skins starts. It goes on for 10 days in small steel containers at controlled temperature. After maceration, 400 Some is elevated in oak barrels, matured in tufa caves and refined in bottle for 12 months before being drunk.