The Romans knew how to make use of the particularly fertile soil around the village of St. Pauls, not to mention the light and the downwinds that characterise this location: Luzia is a luminous, deep Blauburgunder (Pinot Nero) that pays homage to the Roman villa whose remains still stand above the Luzia vines today.


Complex aroma spectrum of forest berries, cherry and raspberry but also red flowers, with a light herbal note. Elegant on the palate with surprisingly silky tannins and a fine flavour.


Wine Advocate – 92 points (2019)
Vinous – 90 points (2019)
Luca Maroni – 90 points (2019)