Credits: Conti Zecca – PUGLIA – ITALY
Denomination: IGP Salento Rosso.
Variety composition: Negroamaro and Cabernet Sauvignon.
Alcoholic strength: 13.5% vol.
District of production: Salice Salentino.
Nature of the soil: of alluvial origin, medium mixture with areas tending to limestone.
Training system: spurred cordon.
Plant density: 5,000-5,700 plants per hectare.
Yield per hectare: 50 quintals of grapes.
Production: destemming and soft pressing. Maceration for 12-15 days at a temperature of 28 ° C. Fermentation in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature. Maturation in French oak barrels and then in 30 Hl oak barrels and subsequent refinement in the bottle.
Serving temperature: 18° C.
Limpid, intense ruby red color with small garnet textures, consistent.
The sample has a wide and complex range of hints: floral, fruity, spicy and toasted. Hints of slightly withered red flowers, followed by a fruity scent reminiscent of the first fruits of the red berry forest: blueberry, currant and strawberries. There are notes of spice such as vanilla and nutmeg. Notes of precious woods close.
The sip is rich, perfectly balanced in its parts. The tannin is important and silky. Good persistence on the nose with an aftertaste of licorice.
It is recommended in combination with elaborate game meat dishes.
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