T his is the Land of Negroamaro, an area that leads to Guagnano Gallipoli attreverso indoor campaigns.
These branches have made the richness of these lands for centuries, for decades the Salento grapes have given birth to vinifications in northern Italy and France.
Grapes that blend well with other strains: malvasia, susumaniello, montepulciano, sangiovese and lambrusco. The Negroamaro is the first bottled rosé wine of Italy and riasle to 1943. the notes that are perceived from the wines of Negroamaro are the red fruits, the toasted coffee, the licorice.
A journey that passes through wineries, experiments and tastings, among the oldest vines is able to surprise for the versatility that allows to obtain red, rosé and white wines, still and sparkling. The labels mentioned here are all to be tasted and discovered, they are one of the many Salento products appreciated in Italy and abroad:
- the “PICCOLEBOLLE” first sparkling wine entirely produced in Salento from Negroamaro grapes vinified in white by Cantine Duca Carlo Guarini,
- 100% Negroamaro rosé still a sparkling wine,
- the "Five Roses" by Leone De Castris,
- the Brut Rosé Metodo Classico for Cantele with the "ROHESIA",
- the "BRUT ROSE '" of the Vallone family, in agriculture since 1690, which makes wine in the modern Santi Dimitri Company of Galatina.
Entering the stops
- Orange red with intense aromas for the "SANTIMEDICI" of Castel di Salve, fresh and sapid in short, surprising
- "ELFO" by Apollonio with aromas of forest, cherry, drinkable from aperitif to the first of sea and earth.
- Translated from the Greek it means "I get intoxicated" is the "METIUSCO", 100% negroamaro of the Cantine Palamà,
Who gave the name to this vine? Negroamaro stands for "black-black" is the meeting of two languages, the Latin for "niger" for the Greek mavros. Bitter is not related to taste but is only the translation of the Greek word.