Pilùna means "pot made of clay" in Greek, and it's an homage to the traditional container in which the farmers would store water. The clay is a symbol for a land that breathes.
The wine has broad, ripe black fruit and spice aromas, with notes of pepper, toasty vanilla and Mediterranean scrub. On the palate, the wine has a robust, concentrated character, a firm structure, and small black fruit and licorice notes on the aftertaste.
Best paired with roasts, red meat, pasta in meat sauce, hard cheeses, grilled meats and beef.