Rosa Del Golfo Rosato 2016



Organic, dry-farmed 30-40 year old vines cultivated in the classical "Alberello Salentino" ancient Greek training system that promotes low yields and dense fruit. Single vineyard fruit. Native yeasts. Matured in large neutral oak barrels before aging in steel tank.

Additional Info

Additional Info

Farming Standard sustainable
Winemaker Mino Calo
Producer Rosa Del Golfo
Alcohol 12.50
ml 750
Residual Sugar (g/L) 0.00
Acidity (g/l) 0.00
Closure Cork
Cellar Potential Drink young.
Grape Variety 100% - Negroamaro
Body medium
Sweetness dry
region Puglia



The Italian peninsula is shaped like a boot, so they say—and if true, it is a woman's boot, for Puglia is the high heel. Triangulated by Molise, Campania and Basilicata, the terrain consists mostly of broadly sprawling plains and low-lying hills. Famous since classical antiquity as an essential theater of the Second Punic War, activities there lead to the final drama where Hannibal got his comeuppance and the Roman general Scipio won his badge of honor "Africanus." Just a short cruise across the Adriatic from modern Albania, Puglia was settled by the Greeks in the eighth century BCE, and had developed grain- and olive-growing on a grand scale by the time they joined Italy in the early 19th century. Recently, their wines have moved beyond the village to achieve even international appeal. Sunny and warm, popular grape varieties include Primitivo, which is closely related to the Zinfandel of Sonoma and the Plavac Mali of Croatia, along with the Negroamaro (literally "black and bitter") and the Malvasia Nera.



Salento is the high-heel on the boot known as Italia, a limestone outcropping dividing the Adriatic and Ionian seas. It includes the entire administrative area of Lecce, along with parts of Taranto and Brindisi, and is home to the famous red wine Salice Salentino.

The main red grapes grown in this area are Primitivo, Negroamaro and Malvasia Nero. Rosso IGT wines are often blended with Cabernet Sauvignon or Syrah. The region is furthermore known for its excellent Rosato wines, as well as being home to the white wine varieties Verdeca and Francavilla.

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