Negroamaro Rosato Salice Salentino DOP
The rosè wines represent a sort of buttonhole for the oenological Puglia “Renaissance” and the rosè from Negroamaro, in particular way, have contributed to it with some prestigious wines.
Rosarò, the best wine in Italy in 2018, is one of these but also one of the few in Salento having a Denomination of Origin Controlled. It has a peach pink colour, crystalline, with an extraordinary brightness. Intriguing in the nose, with pleasant hints of red fruits, Mediterranean scrub, aromatic herbs and anise. The taste is soft, balanced and persistent. Dynamic final with citrus fruits and balsamic hints.
13% by vol.
|YIELD PER HECTARE||
8.000 bottles (5.000 vines per hectare)
|AGE OF THE VINES||
25/30 years old
|VINE CULTIVATION METHOD||
Guagnano – Manual harvesting on the second ten days of September.
The vinification process is carried out in stainless steel tanks at 14-16°C for 10/15 hours.
Ready-to-drink or to be kept for at least 2/3 years.
11°C – Troccoli pasta with rock-fish sauce; tubettini pasta with anglerfish; ricciola tartare with citrus fruits; grilled bombette (in summer); at least 3-years-old wine: Salento ricotta tart; Pastiera Napoletana (type of Neapolitan tart made with a sweet filling of ricotta).