- 2017 Cuturi Segreto di Bianca Fiano Puglia 750 ml
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- Masseria Bianca di Puglia Hotel, Monopoli, Italy
2017 Cuturi Segreto di Bianca Fiano Puglia 750 ml
Il Carretto Bianco is made from Malvasia grapes, from the sunny and warm Puglia region in Italy. Its zesty aromas and almondy notes make it a very versatile wine. "This soft, lively white is thirst quenching and bursts with citrus fruit flavours.".2017 come
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Puglia Bianco IGP "Jalal" 2017 - Tenuta di Cefalicchio, Ognissole
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All Pictures shown are for illustration purpose only. Actual label may vary due to changes between vintages. Though there are many types of wines in the world today, Italian wines belong to a different league of their own because they are authentic and belong to a rich tradition. The A Mano wines are a perfect example of one such historic Italian wine label, whose wines have a rich legacy to abide by. Made from indigenous grapes grown on fertile vineyards, these hand-made wines are considered as one of the best in Italy today. It was during that Mark and Elvezia visited the region of Puglia in Italy to take a look at the Primitivo vineyards — an ancient expanse of old vines.
It is bordered by the other Italian regions of Molise to the north, Campania to the west, and Basilicata to the southwest. Its capital city is Bari. Apulia's coastline is longer than that of any other mainland Italian region. In the north, the Gargano promontory extends out into the Adriatic like a 'sperone' "spur" , while in the south, the Salento peninsula forms the 'tacco' "heel" of Italy's boot. Outside of national parks in the North and West, most of Apulia and particularly Salento is geographically flat with only moderate hills. The climate is typically mediterranean with hot, dry and sunny summers and mild, rainy winters. Snowfall, especially on the coast is rare but has occurred as recently as January following on from snow in March and January
Vine variety: Predominantly Chardonnay with native white grape varieties. Area: San Marzano, Salento, Puglia. At about meters above sea level. Vinification: The grapes are destemmed and left in cryomaceration for a few hours. The next phase is the gentle pressing of the marc followed by static cold decanting so that it happens naturally. The alcoholic fermentation takes place in French oak barriques. Tasting notes: Straw yellow colour with golden reflections; mellow citrus fruits and delicate vanilla floral notes fill the nose; to the taste it is generous in its elegance, fresh, delicate and mineral.
Masseria Bianca di Puglia Hotel, Monopoli, Italy