An intriguing surprise on every shelf when it comes to wine in Puglia.
We found this lovely white, obtained from the off-the-skins vinification of Nero di Troia grapes.
The complex bouquet combines citrus and slight brambly notes, maybe the only clue that this wine stated life as a red grape. A vibrant, quite assertive, initial flavour – Sauvignon Blanc without tears – soon segues into a rich honeyed palate with hints of quince and russet apple.
A ‘must try’ if you are in the region.
€12 in the offie, €16-18 i a restaurant.