Tramari Primitivo Salento IGP is a rosé wine produced by Cantine San Marzano in Manduria, and obtained from primitivo grapes grown in the area of San Marzano, Salento, Puglia, about 100 meters above sea level. The soil is of medium clayey mixture, shallow and with a good presence of skeleton. The grapes are grown with the espalier system with a presence of 4,500 vines per hectare and a final yield of 10 quintals per hectare.
The harvest takes place in the first week of September, slightly earlier than the grapes destined for the great red wines. The vinification takes place with the bleeding technique, that is with the partial racking of the Primitivo grape must after maceration of a few hours, and with the following subsequent fermentation in white. After fermentation at a controlled temperature, the wine continues its refinement for a few months in steel.
Tramari Primitivo Salento IGP is a wine that is presented in the glass with a fascinating bright and shiny pale pink color. On the nose the scent is intense and persistent of Mediterranean scrub, with hints of cherry and raspberry. In the mouth the wine is fresh and elegant, balanced on the palate and satisfying with good acidity and a very light persistence.
Pairings: Italian antipasti, fish soups and broths, baked or baked fish, young or slightly aged cheeses.
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