The first Quae, 150 liters, was produced in 2005 by hand pressing the overripe grapes with a wooden press, a memorable feat.

Born from the union of Moscato and Nasco grapes, harvested in full over-ripening.

A velvety wine, a caress for the palate, with its persuasive olfactory notes of dehydrated apricot, dried fig, acacia and candied orange. In the mouth it is enveloping and very long, of infinite softness balanced by a vein of acidity and flavor that invites you to sip again.

 It is an intriguing wine, called Quae (desire), accompanied by equally voluptuous foods: foie-gras, blue or extra-aged cheeses, desserts made with sweet creams and even with chocolate.