An ancient variety; Negroamaro has been associated with Puglia in southern Italy for over 1,500 years. Renowned for being an intensely dark-skinned grape, the Greek and Latin translation of the name literally means ‘blackest of the black’. Negroamaro thrives in a warm climate and is a late-ripening variety, making it well suited to the Barossa growing region. This varietal is one of the last parcels to be fermented each year, meaning the fruit has an extended ripening period allowing excellent flavour development. A medium-bodied aromatic red intended to be enjoyed in its youth.
Region: Barossa Valley, SA
Case: 6 Bottles
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