Widespread especially in Veneto, the Clinto wine (or clintòn) was drunk in a “Scuea” (bowl) and accompanied the frugal meal of those in the countryside who shared it with friends along with a good slice of salami or “sopressa” and a “ciopeta” (the typical loaf). It arrived in the old continent from America at the beginning of the nineteenth century, when the phylloxera, a tiny parasitic insect on the vine, seriously endangered viticulture throughout Europe. It was thus decided to graft the European vine on American vine root and hybrids, resistant to the attacks of this devastating parasite. The Clinto was born precisely from the crossing of two varieties of wild American vines, characterized by a deep purple color, an intense fruity aroma and an unmistakable strawberry flavor. An intriguing and little known wine, interesting to discover and, above all, difficult to find, from which we drew inspiration for the creation of this new, exciting and seductive fragrance.
The T2 cap is handcrafted according to techniques patented by Locherber that recall a capital of a Roman temple in order to emphasize the influence of the culture of ancient Rome and create a piece of Made in Italy design to further enhance the space that surrounds us.