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Vines Negroamaro ( %)

Color: Bright cherry pink with coral reflections.
Smell: The nose is intense, with fresh fruity notes and hints of wild flowers.
Taste: On the palate it is soft, fresh, balanced. Excellent persistence.
Food pairing: Excellent with fish and grilled fish soups; it also goes well with white meats and soups.

Production area: Vineyards in the municipal areas of Sannicola, Parabita, Alezio, Campi Salentina, Veglie (LE).
Vinification: Maturation in cellar, 6 months in stainless steel tank.

Rosa del Golfo

Two centuries of tradition, passion, history and love for their land, for their work, for the fruits born from this irresistible intertwining of emotions, this is the story of the Rosa del Golfo. The family business has its roots over two centuries ago, in the magical and unspoiled lands of Salento, when the progenitor Leopoldo Calò began to cultivate a small land plot with vines and olive trees, thus starting to produce wine and oil, kicking off the family tradition that would go on to the present day. Always ready to seize new commercial opportunities and attentive to the opening of new markets, the Calò began to think about how to make their wine reach an ever increasing number of people. It was his nephew Giuseppe who thought of opening a commercial branch in the province of Varese, in Albizzate, to distribute the family wines to the north and also in France. We were in the late 1930s. 1963 is the year of the entry into the company of his son Mino which also coincides with the production of the first bottle of Rosato, called Rosa del Golfo. Such a poetic name married perfectly to the goodness of the wine produced, and best represented the shades that rose the Gulf and the shades of the Gulf of Gallipoli, a reassuring presence in the background, which seemed to lull the products of the family company, tracing the path. And to testify the indissoluble link with the territory, in addition to the production of a Rosé so typical in Salento and very often underestimated in the rest of Italy, the Alezio company uses to produce its wines, the native vines of the area, such as the Negroamaro and Primitivo. 1988 marks a fundamental passage in the wonderful story written in the shadow of the Gulf of Gallipoli: Mino decided to change the name of the family business, certain that the Calò's imprint would still and in any case remain. He therefore decided to link his fortunes to the best known wine in Salento and in the rest of Italy, to that product which for colors and flavors was the emblem and the perfect manifesto of their history, thus was born the Rosa del Golfo, which has not never stopped producing quality wines, perfectly combining tradition and innovation.

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