This grape native to Puglia is one of the oldest of the region. The legend that Diomède landed on the coast of Gargano with the oaths of this grape, where he met his natural habitat.
Additional tasting notes
Color : Ruby red, glints of purplish.
Nose : Fruit, pleasant freshness, floral with a hint of liquorice.
Mouth : Scents of berries and liquorice, slightly menthal, soft, harmonious with fine and elegant tannins, balanced with alcohol, pleasant freshness on the finish.
Alcohol level : 13.5%
Winemaking : 12 months in stainless steel
Food pairing : Antipasti, charcuterie, white and red meat, roast fish, pasta with meat sauce
Aging potential : 4 to 6 Years
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