Ruby red in color with a tendency towards dark. A vinous and rustic bouquet. Sparkling with an evanescent foam. It has an aroma and an extremely volatile smoky aftertaste. Slightly sweet. Despite the color, it should be drunk cold at a temperature of 5-8 degrees.
The Sorrento Peninsula is a popular destination for international tourism. In very limited areas and in extreme viticulture conditions, a sparkling wine of excellent quality and great tradition is produced; Gragnano. "A small but insurmountable wine” as defined by Mario Saldati. It is produced by unifying different types of grapes such as Olivella, Sciascinoso, Per'e Palummo (Piedirosso), Aglianico and other varieties grown in the municipalities of the Sorrento Peninsula. Gragnano takes its name from one of the latter.