Medium-bodied, dry. Starts with a funky animal aroma that is evidence of completely natural winemaking and wild yeasts. After Lo Sfuso breathes for a bit, the primary flavor profile is fresh blueberry, blackberry, and mulberry on the palate with a floral and herbal nose. Fishes with fine tannins, high acidity, and earth. The winemaking in Monteforche is low-intervention: no fining, no filtering, no lab yeasts, and only glass-lined cement tanks used for vinification, with vines grown on volcanic soil in the hills of Veneto. Similar to Beaujolais and can be chilled.