The wine Aranghìa is produced by the agricultural cooperative Terre Grecaniche on the promontory of Capo Spartivento, overlooking the Ionian Sea.
The ancient Greek word ‘aranghìa’ is the name of the fiumara that ends in the Ionian Sea in the direction of the promontory of Capo Spartivento.
This wine breathes the heat of the land and the breeze from the sea of the Aspromonte Grecanico, one of the most suggestive and untouched territories, where the IGT Palizzi is produced.
The colour is intense. The fragrance is spicy with notes of red fruits, the taste is soft.
Vine variety: Nerello Mascalese, Calabrese e Alicante;
AbV: 14% Vol.;
Bottle: 75 cl;
Best served with: excellent with red meat, game meat, fish cuts and ripen cheese.