Tèmeso is an ancient wine, whose precious qualities were praised already in 1550 by the traveler Fra Leandro Alberti of Bologna in its "Descrittione di tutta Italia", dedicated to Caterina de' Medici. The area of "Malvetto Castello" cited by Alberti has been a rich and fertile land for more than 500 years, and it is the mother of two native vines: Magliocco and Calavrese (Nero d'Avola).
Tèmeso is a special wine with cherry red color and black cherry veining, that gives an explosion of wild berries, such as blackberries, currants and blueberries. The taste is full and rich with a soft texture that caresses the palate. The tannins are sweet and the end is pleasantly spicy, with references to cloves and pepper. Perfect with seasoned cheeses such as pecorino from Crotone, provolone from Sila, Friulian Montasio, and Toma Piemontese.