Winery Valle dell 'Asso / wine region Puglia
Need his vines, as he says, no irrigation. They are "not spoiled" and seek out their nutrients by letting her roots grow deep into the stony earth. The vines are always irrigated would have no reason to make the effort to go in depth. This leads to the fact that the vines are comfortable and are vulnerable. On top of that would be wasted water because it evaporates quickly at the surface.
To the pleasant town gala Tina at the winery Valle dell 'Asso decades to grow healthy and robust vines. Oenologist Elio Minola and the owner Gino Vallone recently aware that they actually have always operated organic and sustainable agriculture. They were all certified vineyards. Only this year, the official recognition is first on the labels. The southern Italian wine to go in this respect, not always the easiest way. This makes them sympathetic!
Sympathetic is also consistently above-average quality of wine we find the year in the cellars of Valle dell'Asso. Whether it's the smooth, low-acid Chardonnay, Rosé from the idiosyncratic Negramaro grapes, or the selection of Rossi. These are vinified either unmixed Negramaro grapes or spicy, hearty Primitivo. Some Red show their potential in successful blends, such as the DOP Gala Tina Rosso. The only pity is that the road is so far, because the regional cuisine is quite a delightful companion to the sun-drenched drop from the heel of the boot.
Winzer: Luigi G. Vallone
Gesamtanbaufläche: 80 ha
Böden: Sand, Ton Humus, Schluff
Bio seit: 1996
Rebsorten: Chardonnay(4 ha), Negroamaro(30 ha), Primitivo(5 ha), Montepulciano(5 ha), Malvasia, Fiano
Syrah(6 ha), Cabernet Sauvignon(6 ha)
Airy, almost a little shy, so no representative of the brachial Banana Honey Group! Chardonnay and Fiano give an elegant flavor.
A hint of bitter almond, a little salty. Beautifully long and subtle.
Fits to light summer kitchen
Creamy fine, with exceptional finesse in this price class Clear grip. Primitivo and Negroamaro give besides the very elegant kind
A smoky touch.
The autochthone vine Verdeca, with rather neutral aromatics, results together with the fragrant, creamy Fiano grape a light, tasty wine that is very dry. Almond and melon aromas round off the matter.
The Negroamaro makes its name for its name: something black, light Bitter, with a lot of cassis, some tar and some tannins.
Fits dark meat and tomato sauces
This mature Negroamaro has aromas of tobacco leaves, coffee and liquorice and
shows itself powerful and supple at the same time. His intense length makes him
the perfect companion for strong meals.
Goes well with grilled / stewed meat, eggplant
In addition to the classic aromas of plums, spices and sweet cherries, this primitivo, which has been developed in the wood, has a strong note of vanilla, bitter chocolate and carnations with a full but never heavy structure.
Spicy plum, powerful and aromatic, a real Primitivo mentioned, without bothering with boiled or jammy flavors!
Negroamaro, black and bitter. The name says it all. Smoky, spicy, full-bodied. The pure southern Italy.