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Vines Negroamaro ( %)

Color: intense coral pink.

Smell: complex, with floral and fruity notes.

Taste: delicate, harmonious, well structured, with good taste-olfactory persistence.

Food matches: aperitifs, appetizers in general, fish soups, first courses with tomato sauce, white meats.

Exposure: North-South
Vineyard area: ha. 30
Soil: calcareous-clayey
Training system: bilateral spurred cordon
Production per plant: kg. 1.8
Harvest period: last ten days of September
Harvest: manual in boxes
Vinification technique: soft pressing, temperature-controlled fermentation in temperature-controlled steel tanks for 20 days.
Aging on the lees for three months. Maturation in steel for three months.

Duration of aging in wood: part in Allier oak tonneaux for 12 months, part in cement tanks, then, after the blend, in concrete
tanks until bottling.

Product stabilization: cold static, microfiltration
Bottle aging: 1 month

Agricole Vallone

Agricole Vallone represents one of the historical companies of the Salento area and sees its foundation in 1934. Today run by the young Francesco Vallone (Managing Partner) the company extends over a total of 660 hectares of land, of which 161 are vineyards and the remaining are olive groves and agricultural areas. The vineyards are in the province of Brindisi and divided into 3 estates Castel Serranova in Carovigno (with certified organic agriculture); Iore in San Pancrazio Salentino and Flaminio in Brindisi. Agricole Vallone can count on the great competence and talent of the oenologist Graziana Grassini. The greatest efforts of the Vallone today are to rediscover the autochthonous vineyards of Salento and for a few years the new production of Susumaniello vinified in red and rosé of the Ottavianello in red. The wine that made the company glorious is the Negroamaro "Graticciaia" which stands on the highest step, a wine that always gives great emotions and capable of lasting over time.

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