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Apollonio

Reserve 2009

A wide range of aromas can be found in it. Its sumptuous, enticing fragrances resemble ripe red fruits, spicy notes like black pepper or cloves, and a delicate touch of coffee. Its well-bodied palate is firmly structured and intense, with good tannins. It has a long finish with a lingering fruity note.

Food pairing: roasted or grilled red meat, meat pies, oven-baked lamb, savoury and mature cheeses.

Serving temperature: 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: 24 months in French oak barrels, 12 months in bottles.

Colour: deep ruby-red with garnet reflections.

Alcohol: about 14-15%.

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Rocca dei Mori

2012

This is a fresh, tasty and generous wine. Round and smooth on the palate, with fine tannins and a fresh acidity. It has a very long finish with the same fruity notes as the nose.

Food pairing: excellent withgame, grilled or stewedred meats, and with hard or spicy cheeses.

Serving temperature: 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: 12 months in American and French oak barrels, 12 months in bottles.

Colour: dark ruby-red.

Alcohol: about 14-15%

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Rocca dei Mori

2013

Thanks to its long-term aging in bottle, it has distinct, intense aromas of sour jam and intriguing notes of cinnamon and dried figs. It is intense, well-structured and round in the mouth with good tannins. Pleasant fruity notes recall those felt on the nose.

Food pairing: best drunk with pork chops, roasted or stewed horse meat, game, and with medium mature cheeses.

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

Colour: dense ruby-red.

Alcohol: about 14-15%.

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Terre del Grico

2013

This is a fresh, tasty and generous wine. Thanks to its aging in wood, it has intense fragrances of sour cherry jam with intriguing notes of cinnamon and dried figs. Its palate is well-structured with perfectly balanced tannins and an elegant aroma of liquorice. Pleasant fruity notes recall those felt on the nose.

Food pairing: pork chops; roasted or stewed horsemeat; game; medium matured cheeses.

Serving temperature: 18°C

Recommended glass: As a complex wine, 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: 12 months in French oak barrels; 6 months in bottles, in a horizontal position and with natural corks

Colour: Intense ruby-red

Alcohol: about 14-15%.

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Terre del Grico

2011

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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Apollonio

Reserve 2012

A wide range of aromas can be found in it. Its sumptuous, enticing fragrances resemble ripe red fruits, spicy notes like black pepper or cloves, and a delicate touch of coffee. Its well-bodied palate is firmly structured and intense, with good tannins. It has a long finish with a lingering fruity note.

Food pairing: roasted or grilled red meat, meat pies, oven-baked lamb, savoury and mature cheeses.

Serving temperature:  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:  24 months in French oak barrels, 12 months in bottles.

Colour: deep ruby-red with garnet reflections.

Alcohol: 14-15%.

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Apollonio

2013

WHILE STOCKS LAST

Deep ruby red wine with vivid reflections. Thanks to its long-term aging in bottle, it has intense fragrances of sour cherry jam with intriguing notes of cinnamon and dried figs. Its palate is well-structured with perfectly balanced tannins and an elegant aroma of liquorice. Pleasant fruity notes recall those felt on the nose.

Food pairing: pork chops; roasted or stewed horsemeat; game; medium matured cheeses.

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

Colour: intense ruby-red.

Alcohol: about 14-15%.

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Rivera

2009

Il Falcone is one of the most prestigious red wines of Apulia whose name was chosen by Rivera to remem-ber Emperor Frederick II of Swabia who built the castle called Castel del Monte near Andria so that he could indulge his passion for falconry. The castle later gave its name to the surrounding DOC area. The wine is obtained with carefully selected grapes sourced from the oldest among the estate’s vineyards. In the blend of indigenous grape varieties, the main grape, Nero di Troia, gives to the wine its great character and structure, while Montepulciano contributes to its roundness. The maturation for 14 months in oak and for a further year in the bottle contributes to refine its great structure and develop its classic personality and elegance.

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Rivera

2008

Puer Apuliae or “Son of Puglia”: so was called Frederick II of Swabia, the 13th century Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire who loved this region so much that he had the Castel del Monte, his most incredible and mysterious monument, built here, leaving an indelible memorial for the whole of humanity. Thus we called this wine Puer Apuliae, for being the child of the most representative indigenous black grape variety in central Puglia: Nero di Troia.

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Rivera

2012

Violante is the result of Rivera’s wish to marry Nero di Troia’s classic complexity and marked scent of violets to a crisp fruitiness and early approachability. This wine offers generous, forward aromas and flavours, and at the same time more
than adequate structure and body.

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