Negroamaro I.G.P. Puglia

This wine keeps all the classic notes of the Apulian varietal Negroamaro, perfect for those who love young fruity wines, with a full and balanced taste, well paired to almost all dishes.

  • Varietal: Negroamaro
  • Alcohol: 13%
  • Area of Production: Puglia – Italy
  • Soil: chalky
  • Training System: espalier trellis
  • Yield per hectare: about 12 tons
  • Year of planting: 2003
  • Harvest: End of September
  • Winemaking: at controlled temperature, maceration with skins for one week; racking off, soft crush and bottling
  • Aging: in steel for almost nine months and then in bottle for further six months
  • Year production in bottles: about 200.000
  • Serving temperature: 18°-20° C

Colours: purple red, typical of young wine with live acidity and tannins
Aromas: winey, ripe red fruits, light notes of tabacco, typical of the grape
Taste: balanced, full, smooth and fine
Food pairing: Pasta with tomato, pork with potatoes, aged sheep-milk cheese
Aging potential: Keep for 10 years