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Giorgio & Gianni Negroamaro

$14.99/ Bottle |  $179.99/ Case (12 Bottles)

This wine is produced in Puglia, Italy from 100% Negroamaro. These grapes are well-suited to Puglia's warmer temperatures and known for producing wines that are earthy and rustic, making them ideal for enjoying with food....

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This wine is produced in Puglia, Italy from 100% Negroamaro. These grapes are well-suited to Puglia's warmer temperatures and known for producing wines that are earthy and rustic, making them ideal for enjoying with food. The grapes were gently pressed and then fermented in stainless steel vats, including 18 days of skin contact, which increased the wine's complexity and softened its tannins. Deep in colour and layered in texture, this wine combines seductive fruity aromas, vanilla, and rich toasted oak flavours. Despite its higher alcohol volume of 14%, this wine contains little tannin and comes off as quite light.
This is a great wine to enjoy alongside pasta favourites such as lasagna, cheese-filled tortellini, and manicotti.

Enoitalia : SINCE 1986

ENOITALIA means "E NOI (US) ITALIA – a team of people dedicated, every day, with strong passion, to the millions of bottles that we bring to people all over the world and that tell the story of our unique country." Giorgio Pizzolo, President of Enoitalia.

Enoitalia is leader of Italian wine globally with 80% of its production being exported. The project started in 1986 in Italy, and has expanded globally under the management of Giorgio Pizzolo and his three brothers Giuliano, Augusto and Floriano

Enoitalia operates in 5 continents and over 80 countries with a production of 111 million bottles (2020). The top performing countries are UK, USA with our direct importer, Canada and Europe, where we are present both on and off trade. Enoitalia is constantly focusing on Asia, Russia and the Middle East for future expansion with a dedicated task force.

For the past 30 years, Enoitalia has had a clear objective: be ambassadors of Italian taste globally and we have been doing this valuing and promoting the uniqueness of each Italian varietal and its territory.

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Veneto, ITALY | N 45.4427° E 11.3754°

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