The wine received its name from the growing location ( Dios means “where the wallnuts grow” ). It is South-facing slope in volcanic MATRA appellation, grapes steadily turn to full ripeness and show their best here year-on-year. The wine was aged for 18 months in barrels then bottled without filtering and clarification. Rich red berries and acidity characteristic to the appellation. Long ageing potentinal in the bottle. From blaufrankisch, which is considered this appellation’s foremost red grape by the winemaker.