Bricco Magno is a wine with a long history: its label shows an original 1899 painting found in the Cappalotto farmhouse, depicting the vineyard which rises in front of Villadoria cellars. The name means 'Great Hill', which is a good name for a wine born many years ago, it is ruby red with garnet highlights. On the nose it has violet, rose, vanilla and cocoa aromas. In the mouth it is warm, full-bodied, velvety, rounded and long lasting, with an all encompassing, harmonious finish. Great with meaty pasta or rice dishes, as well as aged cheeses.