Calcarius RosaPuglia 1-Liter
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Region: Puglia, Italy
Viticulture: Practicing organic
Grape variety: 100% Negroamaro
Grapes are hand-harvested and destemmed. The grapes ferment traditionally in stainless steel tanks with indigenous yeast only. Batonnage is performed about 2 times per month and the wine is racked 4 times before bottling. The wine is unfined and unfiltered, with a small amount of sulfur added at bottling.
Mood: Laying in a hammock reading a good book.
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We are in Apricena – full Gargano National Park – the first mining pole of the south, where the limestone is the element distinctive of the territory. Thanks to the close link with its land, Valentina Passalacqua has adopted since the beginning an organic agronomic approach and, following a long period of observation and study, gained a deep knowledge of the terroir. Valentina, after several years of production, felt the need to isolate inside its own vineyards some parcels characterized by exclusively calcareous soil of the kimmeridgian type. Thus was born Calcarius: wines of mineral terroirs, thesis, and without compromises. On the farm are grown indigenous varieties that are the result of contamination cultural-historical roots in Magna Grecia: Nero di Troia, Bombino, Greco, Falanghina, Negroamaro, and Aleatico first of all. The approach in the cellar wisely not interventionist does the rest. Those indicated on all labels are the atomic number (20) and atomic weight (40.08) of the chemical element of calcium (Ca).”