Made from Negroamaro, this coppery, peach-hued rose is rather weighty, with flavors that run toward cherries and chocolate. You could serve it with rich seafood dishes, but it can also stand up to grilled beef. A good and appealing structure is followed by a fruityand persistent aftertaste.
The Masseria Altemura is located in the heart of the Salentine peninsula, an extension of Apulia that separates two seas, the Adriatic and...
The Masseria Altemura is located in the heart of the Salentine peninsula, an extension of Apulia that separates two seas, the Adriatic and the Ionian. The benefits conferred by that position are unique since the estate is able to exploit the maritime climate of two coasts. In addition, the remarkably intense luminosity represents a further favorable characteristic for the cultivation of vines. The estate intends to bring out the quality of the different native Apulian varieties by underlining the historical-and cultural heritage of the territory. The varieties cultivated are Negroamaro, Primitivo di Manduria, Fiano, Sussumaniello and Aglianico.