Negroamaro is an autochthonous Puglian grape variety whose name comes from the dialectal expression “niuru maru”, which means “very black”. “Niuru” comes from Latin (niger) and “maru” from Greek (mavros). In fact, both the colour of the grapes and that of the wine are deep black. The grapes for this wine are hand-picked and selected. Fermentation takes place with local yeasts in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature. The result is a soft and versatile wine with typical fruity notes.
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Nero di Troia is a native Apulian grape variety with a thick, polyphenol-rich skin. From a careful manual selection of the grapes and a long maceration, this wine develops a lively and intense colour, an elegant bouquet with notes of violets, black cherries and spices. Fresh in taste and yet rich in polyphenols and tannins.
Our family has been producing this wine for three generations from old Primitivo clones.
We use only the best grapes, harvested by hand. The maceration time is 15 to 18 days in stainless steel containers. For the fermentation process we use local yeasts. All this to intensify the variety’s typicity and unique aroma.
Verdeca is a native Apulian vine. We harvest these grapes by hand at dawn using small, open crates.
The gentle pressing takes place in an inert environment. The must ferments at very low temperatures. This careful process produces a fresh and fragrant wine with persistent citrus notes, which goes perfectly with dishes with fish, seafood, shellfish and fresh cheeses.
White wine with a sweet character, light and lively, obtained from the vinification of only green grapes.
Typical, light wine, traditionally drunk with fish dishes, but also a very pleasant aperitif. Serve at 10° C.