Pumo Negroamaro Salento PGI cl75

In the heart of our ancient villages, from high balconies and white terraces, fortune whispers to passers-by. It is made of the clay that once nourished the vines. It is a flower when it opens, a fruit on a peach tree, a grain on a vine.


Grape variety: Negroamaro.
Area: San Marzano, Salento, Puglia. About 100 meters above sea level.
Ground: Medium clayey texture, shallow and with good presence of skeleton.
Cultivation: Espalier (5,000 vines per hectare).
Harvest: Second and third week of September.
Winemaking: Thermo-controlled maceration of approximately 10 days followed by alcoholic fermentation with selected yeasts.
Refinement: In steel.
Organoleptic characteristics: Purple-red color with black-purple reflections; intense and persistent aroma, with hints of blackcurrant and berries, spicy, with notes of thyme; full-bodied wine, velvety and harmonious, with a long and savory finish.
Pairings: Robust first courses, meats in general and mature cheeses.
Serve at: 16-18°C.