Negroamaro is the "Prince" of Puglia's grape varieties. This ancient native grape variety produces fine, tasty, intense, spicy and medium-bodied wines. For the production of black whites, the grapes are hand-picked in the coolest hours of the morning. The selected grapes are gently pressed with the stalks. Only 40% of the press juice will be used for wine production, giving it great purity and delicate aromas.
Additional tasting notes
Color : Pale yellow with pink highlights.
Nose : Delicate and pleasant with aromas of white flesh fruits, acacia and jasmine.
Mouth : Round and dense, with a nice sensation of freshness giving a great balance to this wine.
Alcohol level : 13.5%
Winemaking : In stainless steel vats
Food pairing : Aperitif, seafood dishes or risotto with cheese
Aging potential : < 5 years
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