Salice Salentino DOP 2019 – Vini La Pruina

£16.50

A classic blend from South of Puglia, 80% Negroamaro – 20% Malvasia Nera. Spicy bouquet with vanilla, cloves and leather notes, red fruit and jam hints. Smooth and intense on the palate, with fine tannins and long finish.

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SKU: LPRN-SLSN-2019 Categories: , ,

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Colour
Ruby
FLAVOURS
Oak
Red fruit
Spice
Palate

Sweetness

Acidity

Tannins

Body

Abv
14%
Serve At
16-18°
Food Pairing
Beef
Pizza
Cured meats
Cheese (hard, mature)
Country

Region

Puglia

Grape Variety

Malvasia, Negroamaro

Producer

Vini la Pruina

Certification

Sustainable

Pruina is the name of the wax you can find on the skin of the grapes. Vini la Pruina some years ago started looking for some vineyards particularly suited to high quality viticulture. After continuous research throughout the area of Salento, they found two small vineyards belonging to Pietro, a wise vinegrower who had always treated them according to traditional methods and manual care. Intrigued and fascinated by the extraordinary relationship between Pietro and his plants Vini La Pruina becomes one of the vinery which express the Salento terroir and the passion for it. The flagship is the Primitivo di Manduria DOP and with the Salice Salentino, Malvasia Bianca and Negroamaro Rosato you have a full range of wine perfect for any moment.

Salice Salentino

This is one of Puglia’s most successful denominations and one of the first to gain wide recognition abroad. Produced in the little town of Salice Salentino and in other nearby areas between the provinces of Brindisi and Lecce in southern Puglia on the Salento peninsula.
The premier grape of Salice Salentino is Negroamaro, producing both red wine and rosé, either alone or blended with Malvasia Nera but at least 75% of the wine must be Negroamaro. Some producers make 100% varietal wines. Less common are versions based on Aleatico, which can be fortified or sweet.
Established in 1976, the Salice Salentino DOC comprises almost 4000 vineyard acres, enjoying cool breezes from both the Adriatic and Ionian seas. Its deep soils are mostly clay-limestone.

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