La Voliera Negroamaro 2016 (IGT Puglia)

Apulia, the Italy's heel is the region from whose mountains leaves this red wine. The Murgia mountains (meaning 'sharp ground'), are dedicated to Mediterranean culture and sheep's farming, regulate 20º / 25º C on average in summer. The calcareous and dolomitic rock's predominance is great for the Negroamaro variety, exclusive to Apulia and Salento (south-east continental Italy)


In appearence medium-high depth with evolution brights. Coloured tears logical in italian wine. First a complex nose: incese, pinewood and empyreumatic family aromas. With the aeration comes the load of berries and sweet spices. Entry in mouth round and off-dry, a development spicy and spiced. Toasted, eucalyptus, stewed fruid notes. Very long finish with a polished and sweet tannin.


Itria Valley is the place, without leaving Taranto, where the Tenute Girolamo wine cellar is located. This winery proposes a price around 5 euros for this good wine for each day. A wine that demands consistent elaborations and a service of 13º C to respect the balance freshness-warmth. 'Tagliata al rosmarino' and 'brasato di manzo ai funghi' are the best matchs for this south-italian red wine.


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