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Angiuli Rosso 17° Maccone

Angiuli Rosso 17° Maccone

All the power and voluptuousness of Primitivo
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GAMBERO ROSSO
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Spec sheet

TypeRed wine
Region
Grapes
Producer
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti17.0%

The wine

Maccone Rosso 17º is the most opulent and harmonious Primitivo in the Donato Angiuli range, with this vine grower largely responsible for the excellent reputation enjoyed today by Apulian wines and their Primitivos in particular. It’s a truly seductive wine, concentrated and enveloping, warm and powerful, with a broad aromatic palette. A wine which oozes origin and tradition in every single drop: always remarkable, its character gives us a convincing and elegant account of how Salento’s wine-growing has evolved over the course of history.

What does this wine taste like?

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Ruby red / Purple hues / Intense
Bouquet
Ripe cherry / Sugar plums / Amarena / Peaches in syrup / Rosemary / Red pepper
Mouth
Structured / Velvety / Full / Mineral / Pleasurable / Very persistent / Vigorous tannins

Drinking and storing

18ºC

Food pairing

carnes-rojas
Red meat
caza
Game
chocolate
Chocolate
quesos-curados
Cured cheeses
quesos-azules
Blue cheeses

Customer reviews

4.8/5
6 reviews

Winemaking

Vinification materialStainless steel
Clarification and filtrationUnfiltered

Vineyards

Vine age80 years
SoilClay
ClimateMediterranean
YieldsLow yields

The winery

Angiuli Donato

Angiuli Donato

Donato Angiuli's winery in Adelfia, a symbol of goodwill tied to the traditions of the territory and the constant pursuit of excellence, has been around for three generations and focuses on experimenting with Primitivo, enhancing its potential and peculiar differences. One of the most active and dynamic wineries in the territory, Angiuli works on only four hectares of land, a clear sign of an approach to quality winemaking.

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