Sessantenario Malvasia Salento 2012

Sessantenario Malvasia Salento 2012

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Wine with an intense ruby red color with violet reflections, the smell of small jam of red... more
Product information "Sessantenario Malvasia Salento 2012"

Wine with an intense ruby red color with violet reflections, the smell of small jam of red berries, hints of vanilla and slightly spicy. Elegant and full flavor, sweet and pleasant tannins. It goes well with ripe cheeses, grilled meats and lamb.

"Sessantenario Malvasia Salento 2012"
Region: Puglia
Contains sulfites: Yes
Manufacturer: Sampietrana
Grape: Malvasia nera
Quantity: 0,75 ltr
Year: 2012


To describe the history of the Sampietrana winery, it is necessary to go back a long way, back in 1952. Italy had recently emerged from the war and agriculture began to mechanize itself with the first tractors, many fallow lands, and large plots, previously belonging to large landowners, with the new land reform, were redistributed and granted to peasant cooperatives. La Cantina, located in what has now become the historic center of San Pietro Vernotico, between the provinces of Brindisi and Lecce, covers an area of about 8000 square meters, born a few meters from the railway line that connects the south to the north of Italy and that at the time it was the only means of transport. The Sampietrana winery has remained faithful to its traditions over the years and has adapted to the challenges and opportunities of the global market, introducing new technologies and expanding its presence all over the world year by year. For more than half a century production has been based on the cultivation of the typical "Pugliese alberello", a regional specialty that still produces from these ancient plants the indigenous varieties "Negroamaro, Primitivo and Malvasia", in addition to younger vineyards with other international and non-native varieties such as Cabernet, Montepulciano and Chardonnay.