Manufactured from a selection of the best cultivars from Puglia, Cellina and Coratina, the olives are picked and pressed within a few hours using traditional methods to cold, to ensure a balanced and fragrant extra virgin olive oil.
This wine is made from Negroamaro and Primitivo grapes, which confer territorial personality and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes which completes it, from the Bocca di Lupo and Masseria Maìme estates. Its intense ruby red color introduces a fragrant, fresh and fruity wine. At the nose, red fruits, black cherry and light spice of licorice. At the palate is soft, fruity, with balanced acidity, tannic.
Produced with grapes from the estate Bocca di Lupo, in this wine the Chardonnay is complemented by a small percentage of Fiano Pugliese which gives it a very personal look and enhances its complexity. Pietrabianca completes the fermentation in oak barrels, where he remained for about 5 months, and it goes on for another 6 months in bottle. The wine has a mediterranean style with hints of citrus, pineapple and acacia flowers supported by a great freshness and flavor.
The Muscat grapes, harvested at the right ripeness, are dried in the sun for about 10-12 days. the withering determines the appearance of atoms of jam and honey, which gives the wine considerable complexity. After completing the fermentation, the Kaloro, stationed in stainless steel tanks before bottling and then be aged for about 6 months in bottle.
The wine is produced from the best selection of Primitivo grapes, from a vineyard farmed "ad alberello", located in Masseria Maìme. This ancient method of cultivation allows the grapes to achieve medium-low yield but high sugar content, used to produce wines of great structure and smooth curves. It has a malolactic fermentation in oak barrels where it is aged for about a year, and then complete the aging in bottle for another 10 months. Typical smell of the variety, with hints of red fruits, slight scent of dried plum, with hints of wood well mixed, soft and long mouth, with a warm and enveloping tannin.