Negroamaro cultivation goes back to the Greek colonisation (VII Century BC), it’s a black berry vine variety in fact it’s name comes from the latin word “niger” and the antic greek “mavros”.
Also Primitivo cultivation goes back to the same period. It’s a red berry vine variety. It takes the name from the fact that has a precocious ripening and this anticipated ripening that happens before the summer keeps the vine safe from the aggression of insects.

Primitivo IGT Rosso 2011
Regional production:Salento - Puglia
Terrain:Calcareous - clayey
Cultivation:Alberello
Grapes Variety:100% Primitivo
Climate:Mild winters with dry springs and
summers
Harvest:Manual after complete maturation
of the grape
Winemaking:Traditional fermentation of
30-45 days from the must at controlled
temperature
Ageing:1-year in French and American oak
barrels, 1 year in bottle
Colour:Ruby red with violet reflections
Bouquet:Typical and very distinctive
Alcohol:14.50% Alc / Vol
Serve with:Excellent with roasts and tasty
meals
Serving temperature:18 ° C
Glassware of service:First decant and then
in big balloon
Storage time:Many years if the wine is
stored in appropriate cellars
Negroamaro IGT Rosso 2011
Regional production:Salento - Puglia
Terrain:Calcareous - clayey
cultivation:Alberello
Variety grapes used:100% Negroamaro
climate:Mild winters with dry springs and
summers
harvest:Manual, after complete maturation
of the grapes
winemaking:Traditional fermentation of
30-45 days from the must at controlled
temperature
Ageing:12 months in French oak barrels, 12
months in bottle
Color:Deep ruby red
Bouquet:Typical and very distinctive
Alcohol:14.50% Alc / Vol
Serve with:Excellent with roasts and tasty
meals
Serving temperature:18 ° C
Glassware of service:First decant and then
in big balloon
Storage time:Many years if the wine is
stored in appropriate cellars