TYPE OF WINE
Still rosè wine
Grapes coming from the vocated IGT area located in the territory of Apulia Region (South-Italy)
Good exposure and ventilation typical of a peninsula surrounded by sea. Soils are mainly clayey, but you can also find fine and calcareous soils with limited thickness and excellent drainage or red soils, stony, and rich in minerals.
Harvest of Primitivo takes usually place in August, at latest at the beginning of September, whereas harvest of Negroamaro in the second or third decade of September.
After a brief maceration on the skins, which gives the typical pink color and nice fragrant aromas, but avoid an excessive extraction of tannins, the must continues through pressing and fermentation at controlled temperature in stainless steel tanks. Wine rests and refines on stainless steel tanks for a certain period of time before bottling.
Typical salmon-pink, light but brilliant.
Characterized by a delicate nose, with notes of small red fruits, reminiscent of cherry, strawberry and fresh fruit in general. Pleasant floral scents of wild rose.
In the mouth the taste is fresh, harmonic and pleasantly soft.
Perfect served cool as an aperitif or with light fish or vegetables appetizers. Perfectly combines with rich but delicate dishes, such as risotto, white meat or cold cuts.
Serving cool at a temperature, about 8-10°C.