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Due Palme Malvasia Nera Seraia 2018

Due Palme Malvasia Nera Seraia

Salento (Italy)

Historically, the name of the Malvasia Nera grape derives from a contracted variation of Monembasia,...


/ btl 0.75 L

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0.75 L - 2018


Historically, the name of the Malvasia Nera grape derives from a contracted variation of Monembasia, a Byzantine stronghold clinging to the rocks of a Peloponnese promontory, where wines were produced which were then exported throughout Europe by the Venetians with the name of Monemvasia. The Malvasia Nera di Due Palme comes from espalier vineyards harvested in September. Ruby red in color, this wine with a vigorous and elegant bouquet offers hints of raspberry and pomegranate; on the palate it has soft tannins and remains intense and harmonious. Perfect to combine with vegetable risotto, various kinds of meat and fresh cheeses.


  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC

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by: Wolfgang (21/10/2019) - Vintage 2017

Ein vollmundiger Rotwein mit sehr interessanten Aromen

Einer meiner glücklichsten Zufallskäufe, eine Entscheidung aus dem Bauch heraus. Sobald dieser Wein zu atmen beginnt, entfaltet sich bereits ein sehr vielversprechender Duft. Nach angemessenem dekantieren entfaltet er eine Fülle von Aromen, die man in aller Ruhe genießen sollte. Ich lege ihn gerne ins Weinregal in direkter Umgebung von Barolo und Amarone!

Due Palme

Due Palme

A modern style and respect for tradition are the principles that inspire this cooperative that, for Apulian wine lovers, needs no introduction. Over 1000 members and 2500 hectares of vines, yet solid and constant quality throughout the company's very wide range, which has around 25 labels. All the wines are made with a clean and impeccable technique, starting naturally with the products that have written the history of the cooperative, and, therefore, of Apulian wine as a ...