£20.54/ 0.75 L btl
Wine Due Palme Salice Salentino Riserva Selvarossa 2017
|Alcohol content i||14.5%|
|Bottle size and vintage||0.75 L - 2017|
Always the real flagship of Due Palme, as well as a symbol of excellence and selection of the grapes, Selvarossa is the very essence of Salento: a blend that represents the Mediterranean, with its aromas and its warmth. The Negroamaro, thanks to its quarter-year presence in our countryside, with a particularly tannic taste and black color (hence the dialectal meaning "niuru maru") and the Malvasia Nera, supreme in its elegance and soft and pleasant fruit. The historic vines in Alberello Pugliese, hand-harvested in boxes, offer clusters of morphological and gustatory perfection, signature of red earth, clay and graphite. Part of the grapes are dried in the fruit cellar, slowly, to enhance their body and structure. Selvarossa is aged for 9 months in French oak barriques and further refined in the bottle.
Intense ruby red wine with amaranth highlights. The nose has captivating fruits of cherry and date jam, notes of vanilla and licorice. The palate is marked by hints of small red fruits, juicy and ripe, and by the sweet nuances of the wood. Warm and with a good fragrance, with gritty and pleasant tannins.
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC
Uno dei miei vini rossi italiani preferiti
Vino robusto dal carattere amabile ma deciso,ottimo per accompagnare carni e selvaggina! Da degustare assolutamente. Conoscevo già questo vino, ho effettuato primo acquisto ma effettuerò ulteriore acquisto.
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