Graticciaia Vallone


The Graticciaia is a still red wine produced in Salento from 100% Negroamaro grapes. The grapes are grown on the calcareous and clay soils of Tenute Flaminio in the province of Brindisi. The harvest is hand-made from saplings of about 70 years around the middle of September when the fruit is fully ripe and naturally wilted on racks thanks to the favorable mild climate of the area, hit by the breeze of the nearby sea and full of sunny days. In the middle of autumn, the wine-making process begins, first the fermentation and then the maturation in steel for about 2 years and finally the refinement of one year in Allier and Nevers oak barrels.

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The Graticciaia is one of the IGT wines symbols of Salento and is produced only in the best vintages, guaranteeing a quality product that, in fact, has been recognized several important awards by expert sommeliers: the 5 grapes of Bibenda, 3 stars Veronelli, the 4 Vitae AIS screws and other important international awards.

VINIFICATION: Dry on racks and vinification in steel

AGING: 26 months in steel and 12 in barrique

VINEYARDS: Tree sapling of 50-70 years of age, with harvest carried out during full ripening of the grapes

NOSE: Rich, intense and very complex, blackberries, prunes, dried flowers, humus and sweet spices

PALATE: Intense, round and austere, with rich aromas, notes of licorice and vigorous tannins

COLOR: Bright garnet red

PAIRING: Seasoned cheeses, braised, roasted red meats, grilled lamb meats, goose liver dishes, truffled foods and even chocolate

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Weight 1,370 kg


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