£12.50/ 0.75 L btl
Details for Due Palme Susumaniello Serre 2019
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The Serre is made from Susumaniello grapes, whose name means "loaded like a donkey", as it is particularly full of fruit at a young age. In the maturity phase, after about 10 years, productivity drops significantly and can finally be tasted in all its perfection. It is easy to recognize the bunches of Susumaniello among the native people of Salento, thanks to its ink blue color, so much so that in the past it was used as a cut to give greater chromatic depth to other wines.
Serre is obtained from selected grapes harvested manually and macerated in horizontal rotating silos, aged 6 months in French oak barriques.
Ruby red in color with deep blue reflections, the nose expresses hints of red fruits even in jam, and graphite closure. On the palate it is decisive, in a splendid balance between ripe fruit and mineral solidity. Of excellent persistence.
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC
Un joli vin très bien fait un cépage original. Du bois et un peu de sucre résiduel à découvrir vraiment
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 ...