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Filodivino - 'Diana' Lacrima di Morro d'Alba 2019 Filodivino - 'Diana' Lacrima di Morro d'Alba 2019

Filodivino - 'Diana' Lacrima di Morro d'Alba 2019

Wild berries, and joyful juiciness in every sip.

Single Bottle:

In stock



Unit Size:750ml

Alcohol Volume:13%



Tasting Notes

Lacrima di Morro d'Alba is an intriguing Italian wine from the Morro d'Alba region in Le Marche, primarily crafted from the rare Lacrima grape. It promises a distinctive and delightful experience for those in pursuit of exceptional Italian wines. This wine offers a classic interpretation of the iconic varietal of the Marche region, enhancing its best qualities in the purest way. With an intense red color accompanied by purple shades, it entices the senses with a nose filled with violets, rosehip, and wild berries. Its structure is juicy and joyful, marked by fruitiness, smooth tannins, and a refreshing finish.

Technical Info


Closure:Diam Cork

Organic Certification:SUOLO E SALUTE - IT-BIO-004/11-09509-0006

Country of Origin:Italy

Serving Temperature:14-16°C

Sugar Residual:3.4 g/l

Drink By:2025

Wine Ageing:12-Month on fine lees in steel and 3 months in the bottle.

Winemaking Style:Traditional

Harvest:Hand-harvested mid-September

Winemaking:Fermentation takes place in steel tanks at a controlled temperature, with regular pumping over.

Viticulture:The wine originates from San Marcello and Ostra, with vineyards aged between 8 and 25 years, situated on clayey-calcareous soil.

Food Pairing:Charcuterie platter, Braised veal shanks, Beef shawarma, Grilled lamb skewers, Beef and vegetable stir-fry.

Reviews and Accolades


Luca Maroni - 93 Points

Cellartracker - 89 Points

Taste Profile


Full Body





Tannins (Bitterness)



Alberto Gandolfi, a former textile industry professional, embarked on a profound journey towards a more natural way of life. When he set foot in San Marcello and gazed upon the future home of Filodivino, he fell head over heels in love. It wasn't just the captivating allure of the Marche region that won him over, with its idyllic location nestled between mountains and the sea. Alberto sensed that this valley and its rolling hills were where he was meant to be. The 17 hectares surrounding the old farmhouse had largely been left to nature's whims, and the initial challenge was the rescue of the fifty-year-old Verdicchio vines. From the very outset in 2014, organic farming was not a mere choice; it was the only path considered. The primary focus was on preserving and enhancing the environment of this exquisite place. Alberto and his team firmly believe that their approach to work, vineyard cultivation, and the connections they build with nature and their community. And what better way to ponder the fundamental questions of life than over a glass of wine?

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