Paolo Leo

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Paolo Leo

Chardonnay is the most famous white grape variety in the world, able to express in a particular way the different territories where it is grown. In Salento, Chardonnay is known for its delicate tropical fruit aroma sand structured body, with the proper freshness needed to perfectly pair Apulian foods

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Well-known expression of the Apulian terroir, rosé wine is traditionally produced specially in Salento, where the combination of climate and soil gives fresh, fruity rosé wines. Negroamaro grapes particularly are able to produce one of the most interesting rosé in Italy, due to their freshness, red fruity aromas and unmistakable character. 
TASTING NOTES: Bright pink color; aromas of raspberry and strawberry, with some nuances of black pepper and Mediterranean herbs, typical from Negroamaro. Fresh and salty on the palate, medium body and good acidity, with a pleasant fruity after taste.

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2018

Primitivo grapes ripen very early, which explains its name. Interestingly, just 20 days after the harvest, Primitivo vines produce new grapes, traditionally called "second harvest"; these younger bunches are used by the winemaker to increase the freshness and acidity of these bold wines, given as a result a perfectly well-balanced red wine.
TASTING NOTES: deep ruby color; pronounced bouquet of black berries, mainly cassis and black currant, with notes of licorice and coconut; full-bodied and balanced, with velvety tannins and a perfect acidity; lingering finish of forest fruits and spices jam.




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Salice Salentino DOP is the most important appellation of Salento. It recognizes an area where wine has been produced since the VI century BC, being currently one of the most international renewed Puglian appellation. Salice Salentino wine is mainly made from Negroamaro grapes, and then other native varieties like Malvasia Nera di Lecce.
TASTING NOTES: ruby red color; pronounced aromas of black fruit like plum, black cherry and blueberry, with nuances of vanilla and licorice. Elegant body, with velvety tannins and a medium to high acidity. Lingering spicy finish, with an aftertaste of ripe black fruit.



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Susumaniello is an ancient, native black grape from Puglia, specifically from the Itria Valley. Its name refers to its very high yields in youth, that local people defined it as "loaded like a donkey" (somarello in Italian). It was ignored by puglian vinicultures for a long period, but lately it has been rediscovered and, by using modern techniques, it is now able to produce well-structured and elegant reds

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2017

Negroamaro is considered the main native grape variety of Salento, with an excellent content of tannin sand flavor compounds that give intense but elegant, fruity and spicy wines. Negroamaro is also known by its high content in resveratrol, an antioxidant and anticancer substance present in other black grape varieties but found in relevant quantities only in Negroamaro
TASTING NOTES: Deep ruby colour with garnet tinges; pronounced spicy bouquet, with aromas of black cherry, blackcurrant and blueberry, spicy notes of black pepper and licorice and nuances of vanilla and chocolate; full-bodied, with smooth and lingering tannins perfectly balanced by a good freshness. Long and persistent finish of black fruits and spices.

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