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Apollonio

2013

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Ruby-red, with amaranth edges. It is characterized by fragrances of almonds, dried flowers and fruits. It is excellent on both nose and palate, vinous and ethereal with silky yet assertive tannins. A long and persistent aftertaste with an inviting aroma of almonds.

Food pairingexcellent withstewedred meats, furred game, and fermented cheeses.

Serving temperature: 18-20 °C

Recommended glass: a large bowl-shaped glass with an inward-curved rim: the wine can fully breathe, and the glass can be held better in hands. It will help the temperature rise gradually, and aid in the release of the complex fragrances of more structured wines.

Ageing: 6 months in French oak barrels, 6 months in bottles.

Colour: intense ruby-red.

Alcohol: about 14-15%.

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Apollonio

2012

A ruby-red, almost impenetrable wine that suggests a rich bouquet. Balanced and full bodied, it gradually discloses a vinous fragrance that gives way to notes of blackberries, sour cherries and currants, with hints of spices in the finish. It is supple, round and full-bodied in the mouth, with persistent tannins.

Food pairing: excellent withgame, and grilled or stewedred meats.

Serving temperature: 18 °C

Recommended glass: a large bowl-shaped glass with an inward-curved rim: the wine can fully breathe, and the glass can be held better in hands. It will help the temperature rise gradually, and aid in the release of the complex fragrances of more structured wines.

Ageing: 12 months in French oak barrels, 12 months in bottles.

Colour: almost impenetrable ruby-red.

Alcohol: about 14-15%.

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Apollonio

2012

An intense, enchanting bouquet with notes of blackberries and ripe red berries intertwined with spices. On the palate it is full-bodied yet supple, with smooth tannins and a balanced acidity that keeps it fresh. It has a very long finish, with the same fruity notes as those felt on the nose.

Food pairing: excellent with game, grilled or stewed red meat, and hard or sharp cheese.

Serving temperature: 20°C

Recommended glass: As a complex wine, a large bowl-shaped glass with an inward-curved rim is recommended: it can fully breathe, and the glass can be held better in hands. It will help the temperature rise gradually, and aid the release of the complex fragrances of more structured wines.

Ageing: 12 months in French oak barrels, 12 months in bottles.

Colour: dark ruby-red.

Alcohol: about 14-15%.

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Apollonio

2012

Full-bodied, well-structured palate. It has vivid undertones of ripe fruits and spices with a pleasant, subtle astringency. An excellent, lingering, fruit-driven finish enriched with mellow notes of coconut. Due to its full body, it is best drunk with game dishes.

Food pairing: excellent withgame, grilled or stewedred meats, and beef stews.

Serving temperature: 18 °C

Recommended glass: a large bowl-shaped glass with an inward-curved rim: the wine can fully breathe, and the glass can be held better in hands. It will help the temperature rise gradually, and aid in the release of the complex fragrances of more structured wines.

Ageing: 12 months in American oak barrels, 12 months in bottles.

Colour: intense ruby-red, with bright reflections.

Alcohol: about 14-15%.

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Terre del Grico

2012

An intense, enchanting bouquet with notes of blackberries and ripe red berries intertwined with spices. On the palate it is full-bodied yet supple, with smooth tannins and a balanced acidity that keeps it fresh. It has a very long finish, with the same fruity notes as those felt on the nose.

Food pairing: excellent with game, grilled or stewed red meat, and hard or sharp cheese.

Serving temperature: 20°C

Recommended glass: As a complex wine with a charming colour, a large bowl-shaped glass with an inward-curved rim is recommended: the wine can fully breathe, and the glass can be held better in hands. It will help the temperature rise gradually, and aid the release of the complex fragrances of this structured wine.

Ageing: 24 months in French and American oak barrels; 12 months in bottles, in a horizontal position and with natural corks.

Colour: dark ruby-red.

Alcohol: about 14-15%.

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Terre del Grico

2012

Full-bodied, well-structured palate. It has vivid undertones of ripe fruits and spices with a pleasant, subtle astringency. An excellent, lingering, fruit-driven finish enriched with mellow notes of coconut. Due to its full body, it is at its best with game.

Food pairing: excellent with game, grilled or stewed red meat, and beef stews.

Serving temperature: 18°C

Recommended glass: As a complex wine with a charming colour, a large bowl-shaped glass with an inward-curved rim is recommended: the wine can fully breathe, and the glass can be held better in hands. It will help the temperature rise gradually, and aid the release of the complex fragrances of this structured wine.

Ageing: 24 months in American oak barrels; 12 months in bottles, in a horizontal position and with natural corks

Colour: intense ruby-red, with bright reflections.

Alcohol: about 14-15%.

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Tormaresca

2015

The climate of late autumn and winter was c rain. The vineyards, accordingly, were able to accumulate reserves of ground water for the warmer months to come. Spring was rather mild, and sunny days and warm temperatures favored the a positive growth of vegetation and formation of the grape bunches. Temperatures rose from June on and stabilized at As the growing season continued through the summer months scarce and infrequent, leading to a proper ripening of the crop. The picking of the Negroamaro took place in mid September

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Polvanera

2014

Tasting Note: Deep purple-red, brilliant ruby colour. Dense bouquet of wild berries, blackberry and plum, with subtle floral (rose) and plant (leaf tea) notes, enhanced by hints of liquorice and lead pencil. Sumptuous, velvety, softly sweet palate supported by elegant tannins and a vivid mineral acidity. Long and satisfying finish, which echoes the nose perfectly.

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Tenute Mater Domini

2007

Grape varieties Negroamaro 95%, Malvasia nera di Lecce 5%
Vineyard name Casili
Location Salice Salentino
Planting date 1970-1975
Training method Alberello
Vine density 5.500 vines/ha
Yield for hectare 55 q/ha
Yield for vine On average  1Kg/vine
Ground elevation 58 mt
Exposure North South
Soil profile Deep land pebbly and permeable, with rich red earth, typically marly
Harvest time First ten days of October

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