It is the flagship wine of the company, or rather the wine that has made the company known throughout the world. Its name derives from the homonymous hill where the wolves were traditionally seen. Lupicaia comes from the attention and care placed in all the processes of its production, such as the manual selection of the best bunches and the aging in wooden barrels.
On the nose the wine has aromas of currants, a balsamic minerality and hints of spice. It is a full-bodied red wine, aged in new Allier barrels, rich and structured: a wine for aging and meditation. Ideally served between 16 and 18 degrees, it can be paired with dishes such as grilled meat, mushroom-rich dishes, meat with chocolate sauce and aged cheeses.