Negroamaro stems from the Latin term ‘niger’ and ancient Greek word ‘mavro’, meaning black, and the grapes from berries, ‘neri-neri’.
Grape variety: Negroamaro
Planting density: mt. 2,20 x 1,00
Growing system: Bilateral Guyot
Soil composition: Medium textured
Yield per hectare: 9 t.
Grape yield: 60%
Harvest: In the first half of September
Type of grape harvest: Handpicked in 15 Kg crates
Vinification: Maceration with skin for 20 days
Alcoholic fermentation: In stainless steel at 25°C
Malolattica fermentation: Yes
Ageing: In bottle for a minimum of 4 months