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Vines Negroamaro ( %)
Philosophy Bio Wein

Color: bright ruby ​​red

Smell: fruity hints of black cherry and plums, with a slight final note of cloves

Taste: The palate is medium-bodied, soft and elegant, with a well-worked, fine and elegant tannin.

Food Pairing: perfect throughout the meal, it is ideal with first courses based on structured sauces. Also try it with fresh cheeses, vegetables and legume soups.

Soil Type: Sandstone And Pelite; Remarkable presence of gravel, sand and small pebbles; Rich In Humus. The clayey 
portion helped by silt confers an appropriate humidity, however drained by the presence of pebbles and gravels. The general
origin is carbonate caused by the orogenesis of the area, called "Bradanic Fossa".

Form of breeding: "Free espalier" In honor of a book by Rudolf Steiner entitled "Philosophy of Freedom".
Vineyard surface: 2 hectares conducted with the criteria of synergistic agriculture and ICEA organic certification.
Density of plants per hectare: 4,545 plants per hectare.
Average age of vines: 20 years.
Yield Per Hectare: 85 Q.Li/Ha.
Harvest: Manual harvest, second decade of October.
Vinification: after mechanical crushing-destemming, the must stops spontaneously thanks to the addition of pied de cuve
containing indigenous yeasts, the only ones able to best interpret our terroir. After 20-30 days, at the end of fermentation,
the vines are separated by light pressing. Natural settling without fining agents.
Not filtered.
Aging: in steel on fine lees for 6 months, light passage of 2/3 months in large wooden barrels and rest in the bottle for
another 3 months; malolactic fermentation takes place during aging. Minimum addition of sulfur dioxide in pre-bottling.


L'Archetipo is a company located in Castellaneta, at the foot of the Bari Murgia, not far from Altamura. Founded by Francesco Valentino Dibenedetto, a farmer from birth, who later also became an agronomist. Already in the 1980s, the company's conversion to organic agriculture began, and then, in 2000, to biodynamic practices. After a few years he realizes that there is still something that prevents the return to the archetypal situation of the soil, the ecosystem, therefore also of the vineyard. Inspired by the non-interventionist practices of Masanobu Fukuoka, in which the synergies between all the rings of the ecosystem are triggered, we move on to synergistic agriculture, for which, among other things, plowing is no longer practiced. He embarks on this new adventure together with his wife Anna Maria and his four children: Carlo Nazareno, Domenico, Andrea and Maria Clelia. 50 hectares of land are cultivated, 30 of which are destined for vineyards. In these precise climatic conditions it is possible to valorise the prized grapes without the use of synthetic chemistry, cultivating indigenous vines such as Primitivo, Aglianico, Negroamaro, Fiano and Greco and rediscovering now forgotten vines such as Maresco, Marchione and Susumaniello. In the cellar, built entirely of tuff, the primary objective is to leave the taste, scent and color of the fruit unchanged; fermentations take place exclusively by means of indigenous yeasts and no filtrations take place. The result is synergistic and pure wines.

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