Nero Buono is an ancient vine that provides a wine with an intense colour that in the younger versions unleashes small red fruit and slight spicy tones, which, together with the heat of the glass, pleasantly accompanies a particular salami, the Schiacciata Romana.
This is a typical product from central/southern Italy, particularly from Lazio. The paste, very finely minced, is characterised by
the addition of large compact and uniform pieces of lard and whole black peppercorns. What is particular is its flattened shape and typically mild taste.