This lovely Negroamaro is produced with clusters of late-ripening and sweet flesh. The autochthonous grape variety is also used to express its potential with a vinification that is heterodox with respect to centuries-old traditions, which is why it is vinified only in rosé. Negroamaro is considered the most important red grape grown in Puglia, and some enologists say that over 80% of Puglia's grapevines are Negroamaro. The grape's origin goes so far back that you have to look at the Greek language. The Greeks inhabited Puglia for well over a thousand years. The root "amaro", in its Greek origin means "black", so Negroamaro means "blackest of the black". Don't be shy and serve it cold!
Alcohol Level: 11%
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