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Tormaresca Negroamaro Masseria Maime Salento IGT 2002

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 13086
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Tormaresca Negroamaro Masseria Maime Salento IGT 2002 750ml

Tormaresca Negroamaro Masseria Maime Salento IGT

Ruby red in color with aromas of red fruit with well-combined wood notes. Soft and flavorful with a sweet and long lasting tannic finish.

Color: ruby red

Nose: typical varietal aroma; red fruit with well combined wood notes

Palate: Soft, sapid, with sweet and long lasting tannin perception.

Selection of Negroamaro grapes coming from S. Pietro Vernotico (Br) estate

Vinification: The grapes are harvested at their optimal level of maturity. After pressing, fermentation and the following maceration last 15 days in stainless steel tanks. During this phase the must completes its alcoholic fermentation at a temperature between 28° and 32° C.

The must is then drained directly in barriques where it completes its malolactic fermentation and where it is aged for 14 months. The wine is then bottled and aged for 6 months before being released.

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Tormaresca Tormaresca Negroamaro Masseria Maime Salento IGT 2002
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Ruby red in color with aromas of red fruit with well-combined wood notes. Soft and flavorful with a sweet and long lasting tannic finish.
 

Notes on the Tormaresca Negroamaro Masseria Maime Salento IGT 750ML 2002

Tasting Notes Color: ruby red

Nose: typical varietal aroma; red fruit with well combined wood notes

Palate: Soft, sapid, with sweet and long lasting tannin perception.

Wine Maker Notes Selection of Negroamaro grapes coming from S. Pietro Vernotico (Br) estate

Vinification: The grapes are harvested at their optimal level of maturity. After pressing, fermentation and the following maceration last 15 days in stainless steel tanks. During this phase the must completes its alcoholic fermentation at a temperature between 28° and 32° C.

The must is then drained directly in barriques where it completes its malolactic fermentation and where it is aged for 14 months. The wine is then bottled and aged for 6 months before being released.