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Vines Aglianico ( %), Primitivo ( %)
Philosophy Bio Wein

Color: Clear, ruby ​​red with garnet reflections. Intense and quite complex.
Nose: The nose has fruity notes of ripe red fruit, plums and morello cherries; slightly hinted vegetal hints but intense floral notes of red rose and hints of dog rose. Spicy hints of black pepper, leather and tobacco.
Taste: In the mouth it is dry, warm and soft. Quite fresh and savory and with a lively but fairly smooth tannin. It is a full-bodied, balanced, intense and fairly persistent wine.
Food matches: Given the characteristics of the wine, selvato accompanies well dishes with good succulence and greasiness, perhaps with a slight spiciness, savory and with a slightly bitter tendency. Just think of a cut of beef cooked on the grill, a sheep's sauce or, as in the Apulian tradition, a timbale of lamb and roasted cardocelli. Fantastic pairing with rotisserie chicken.

Altitude: 450 m a.s.l.
Breeding system: Guyot.
Plant density: 4500 plants/ha.
Fertilization: Grassing and green manuring of various plants. Pesticide treatments with copper and sulfur.
Vinification: The grapes are harvested by hand and de-stemmed. Fermentation takes place for about two weeks at a controlled temperature. Permanence in thermo-conditioned tanks.
Aging: In the bottle for at least 6 months before release.

Colli della Murgia

Wine is the fruit of the link with the land and with the origins of those who produce it Colli della Murgia is not a story that is lost in time: it all begins in the early 90s. Since then sacrifice, work, love for the land have merged to create a story of great success. The company is located within a sort of natural reserve, the Bosco di Difesa Grande, in the territory of Gravina in Puglia, not far from the border with Basilicata, on a plateau at about 450 meters. above sea level. The calcareous soil and the important temperature variations characterize our wines in a decisive way and accompany them until they themselves fill the glasses of admirers from all over the world. A great wine needs a dignified home: the current structure is made entirely of tuff and mazzaro, local stones that make the rooms constantly fresh and free from humidity.

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