Every Ferro13 wine has a story and represents us and the excellence of Italian wine from Northern to Southern Italy.
Gabriele Stringa, his wine is the Negroamaro from Apulia and he is the hipster of the group, but Ferro 13 is also the hacker Federico Migliorini, Sangiovese of Tuscany; the Nerd Alberto Buratto, Nero d’Avola of Sicily; the hashtag Alberto Zampini, Sauvignon from Veneto; the gentleman Marco Bernabei, Pinot Nero of Oltrepò in Pavia. The goal of Ferro 13, as Gabriele Stringa tells us, is to “change the perception of wine starting also from the look and communication of etiquettes”. The evident recalls to a 2.0 language are the mean to “make wine become – he keeps telling – a valid alternative also for the youngsters, without forgetting to cure the qualitative process of production” typical of the tradition of the oldest wine cellars. That is why every wine is accompanied by a fun supplementary worksheet where, together with the punctual description of the production of wine go the personality and tastes of the producer through a music and movie suggestion to add to the degustation. A smart idea to connect customers and the image of wine and what it represents; then, equally important, its taste.