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The fiery Italian red wine San Marzano Talò Malvasia Nera Salento 2020 is produced with a rather unknown grape variety: Salento Nera. The cultivated area of this variety is only about 4,516 hectares in Italy.
This Italian red wine has the IGT status of Salento. Indicazione Geografica Tipica, abbreviated IGT, is the quality level of Italian wine, which corresponds to the German Landwein and the French Vin de Pays.
With its ruby red colour and a unique fiery taste, this San Marzano Talò Salento Nera 2019, produced by one of the most famous wineries in Italy Cantine San Marzano, is always a delight to drink.
San Marzano Talò Malvasia Nera Salento 2020 (Malvasia Nera)
View: San Marzano Talò Malvasia Nera Salento 2020 has a deep, ruby red colour.Nose: The bouquet is complex, charged with aromas of ripe red fruits, plums, blackberries, black cherries, and a hint of spices.Mouth: Smooth and pleasant on the palate, with a full body and a nice texture. Undertones of chocolate and coffee, accompanied by soft tannins. The finish is long and elegant, with a touch of vanilla.
VINEYARD: San Marzano Cantine. Established in 1962, this Cantine formed as a collective effort to organize the hard-working farmers and winemaking families from the town of San Marzano, in the South of Italy. Now, over 1200 families collaborate in this project.
GRAPES: 100% Salento Nera di Brindisi.
AGEING: This red is aged in French oak barrels for six months before being bottled and released.
WINEMAKING: The grapes are harvested and selected to find the highest quality grapes. Maceration is carried out for at least ten days in a temperature-controlled fashion. Later, the must is subjected to alcoholic fermentation with the aid of selected yeasts. The wine is then aged in oak barrels prior to being bottled and commercialized.
PAIRING: This wine is ideal for main meals, such as beef, roasts with heavy sauces, and medium-age cheese.
RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 16-18°C
San Marzano is a leading wine producer from the region of Puglia, in the heel of Italy’s boot. The story began in 1962, when 19 vine growers from the village of San Marzano, whose families had farmed the land for generations, came together to follow their dream and founded Cantine San Marzano. Throughout the decades it has grown significantly and now attracts over 1,200 top-quality vine growers.More about the Winery