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Historic Buttafuoco dell'Oltrepò Pavese DOC


Historical Buttafuoco dell'Oltrepò Pavese DOC, the result of years of constant research and selection conducted with pioneering spirit by the Rebasti family who understood wine as a creative gesture. A wine of great body, elegance and softness but, most of all, a product with a remarkable personality, as it expresses the organoleptic characteristics of the vineyard and hence of the source area. A “noble” wine that lasts over time continuing to enrich with enjoyable characters.

  • Aroma: The on-the-nose profile is fine, intense, net and persistent. Among the olfactory sensations come out evolved fruits, spicy, smoked notes of liquorice and vanilla, tertiary hints such as dry vegetable, light terroir and underbrush. The visual profile is characterized by a ruby red with garnet highlights.
  • Tasting: The taste profile is warm, balanced, soft, of good intensity and length.
  • Pairing: Pitturina finds its utmost expression with red meat dishes, hair game and matured cheeses.
  • Region: Lombardy
  • Producer: Azienda Agricola Poggio Rebasti
  • Vine: 50% Croatina, 30% Barbera e 10% Uva rara, 10% Vespolina
  • Bottle size: 750 ml
  • Alcohol content: 14,5%
  • Service temperature: 18°

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Lombardy, Montescano

In a glass of wine tradition, committment and passion of the wine producer are hidden. Ermanno Rebasti - Owner

The history of the Rebasti family, owners of Poggio Rebasti winery goes back to the end of 1800 when Pietro Rebasti started cultivating vines and producing wine on a small hill in the municipality of Montescano, part of the kingdom of Italy. This passion for viticulture was handed down from father to son until the 1970’s when Ermanno Rebasti, the current owner of the farm, personally entered the vineyard and cellar with the clear will to continue with the family’s philosophy and values.

Poggio Rebasti seeks excellence in wine production, day after day, through the care of details in the vineyard, in the cellar and in the relationship with the environment.