According to a legend popular in Pavese, Judas begged forgiveness to Jesus before hanging himself. Jesus resurrected him, but ordered him to travel all over the world doing good deeds. Endlessly wandering, Judas came to a land of winegrowers named Oltrepò Pavese. Local people recognized him and wanted to kill him, but Judas prayed Jesus to heal their vines from a terrible disease that had affected them. The vines were saved and the winegrowers decided to celebrate the miracle. So, a wine red as blood, sparkling as life and sweet as forgiveness was called Blood of Judas.
Tasting notes: Sweet,semi-sparkling,red wine,Intense red with purple highlights,
Lively purple bubbles.
Grapes: Barbera (40%) Uva Rara (20%) Croatina (40%)