The Negroamaro from Tenute Eméra is produced from 100% Negroamaro grapes obtained from vineyards: spurred cordon cultivated in the Tenute Eméra farm owned by the Claudio Quarta Vignaiolo group, which is located between the Lizzano and Pulsano marinas . The vines are grown on medium-textured soil, with the presence of silica, clay and sand and abundant skeleton (stones, pebbles and gravel). The yield per hectare is 150 q.
The harvest begins in the third decade of September with mechanically harvested grapes, followed by vinification with grapes that are macerated and fermented in cement tanks for about 15 days. The extraction of the color and the polyphenolic and aromatic components is favored by daily replacements of the liquid fraction on the marc. At the end of the vinification process, a refining period of 8-10 months follows, with a slight passage in second / third generation barriques.
The Negroamaro by Tenute Emèra is a wine with an intense ruby red color with rich notes of fruit and a soft and balanced taste.