Wine "Paiara" Rosso, Puglia IGT, 2013
The wine is almost black.
The taste of wine is full bodied, well structured, with fruit and berry notes, smooth, creamy texture and elegant finish.
The wine has an intense aroma with fruity and floral notes.
Wine matches perfectly with Mediterranean cuisine, beef, lamb and cheeses average maturity.
At the same time elegant and powerful wine "Paiara" Rosso is made from Italian grapes Negramaro and one of the most common and cultivated in the world Cabernet Sauvignon. This fruity, smooth, well-balanced wine unmistakable character Southern Italy. Vinification "Paiara" Rosso is 7-12 day maceration in stainless steel tanks at 28 ° C and subsequently aged for 3 months in the Hungarian and French oak barrels. Wine storage potential - at least until 2017.
Apulia is located in the south of Italy. To the east, it is bordered by the Adriatic Sea, the Gulf of Taranto in the south and the Ionian Sea, and from the west is protected by the Apennines. All this creates a unique but rather complex climate. The history of winemaking in Puglia dates back to the V century BC. It produces a huge amount of wine, and if this area was previously known lowly table wines, now undergoing a revolutionary upsurge of the Apulia wine.
The winery was established Tormareska Antinori family in 1998 on the basis of two names: Minervino Murg, located near Bari and other estates near Brindisi. Tormareska produces red and white wines that reflect the diverse nature of Puglia. The main red wines is the local variety of Negroamaro, with a rich aroma of black berries and white wines made from Chardonnay, enriching the tradition of the New World a unique southern Italian style. Tormareska wine with rich fruit bouquet in a short period of time to achieve success and to achieve universal acceptance.