< Retour
Reduced price!
    6x Oro di Eméra Primitivo 2014 avec caisse en bois d'orgine View larger

AlfavinAlfavinAlfavinAlfavinAlfavin Total : (1) rating
Rate this product: AlfavinAlfavinAlfavinAlfavinAlfavin

Contains :

6x Oro di Emera Primitivo di Manduria 2014 in original wooden case - 2 bicchieri Gambero Rosso

This wine comes from vines of at least 60 years old, which produce about 600g from 1 square metre.


Situated on the coast of the Ioanian sea, this vineyard grows on calcium soil which rises with the sun giving it a golden colour, inspiring the name of our wine « Oro di Emera ».


The harvesting is undertaken with small boxes, with a selection of the best grapes in middle of September, about 10 days after the harvesting of Primitivo.


From an intense ruby red colour, this wine develops on the nose with aromas of liquorice, sweet spices and red fruits.


On the palate, the bouquet is complex, intense and fruity. We discover scents of cherries and prunes with a matchless lingering flavour on the finish.


Oro di Eméra Primitivo 2014 6bt in original wooden case

  • Country : Italy
  • Region : Puglia
  • Producer : Tenute di Eméra
  • Appelation : Primitivo di Manduria dop
  • Classification alfavin : Full red
    This wine has great structure, round tannins and a lingering flavour. Moreover, it is warm, full and rich.
  • Grape : Primitivo
  • Content : 6x 75 cl
  • Type : Red
  • Gambero rosso : 2 bicchieri

129,00 CHF tax incl.

-31,00 CHF

160,00 CHF tax incl.

Free shipping from CHF 250.-



With more than one eighth of the country's vineyards, Puglia is often considered to be the wine cellar of Italy, topping the list of the number of hectolitres produced alongside Sicily. While yield and productivity tend to hold sway in ...

More infos

Tenute di Eméra

Inspired by the Greek god symbolising the day, the domain name Tenute di Eméra is a tribute to the ancient origin of the wine of the Salento area (sometimes called the land of light) in the province of Puglia in Italy. Situated on ...

More infos