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Palamà, Arcangelo Salice Salentino D.O.C.
(ark-AHN-geh-loh SAHL-ee-chay sahl-ayn-TEE-noh)

 

Tasting Notes: Since 1936, the Palamà family has been making wine on their small estate in the warm climes of the deep South of Italia, in Puglia. This wine is expressive, rich, and robust on the palate, with an elegance that comes only from small productions and expert craftsmanship. With aromas of steeped plums, cracked pepper, blackberry confit, and cinnamon it is a heady, delicious experience.

Location Puglia, Italia.
(Salento)
12 hectares.
Soil Medio impasto.
Estate Palamà.
(pah-lah-MAH)
Vine Alberello. Spalliero.
4,500 vines/hectare.
1 bottle/plant yield.
Winemaker Ninì Palamà.
(nee-NEE pah-lah-MAH)
Vinification Classic fermentation in concrete.
Varietals 80% Negroamaro,
20% Malvasia Nera.
Barrel No barrel aging.
Residual Sugar 0.5 grams per liter. Maturation 3 months in the bottle.
Acidity 6.0 grams per liter. Vintage Production Varies. (3 year average: 2,500 cases)
Alcohol 13.0% by volume. Foot Fairing Pizza Napoletana, eggplant Parmesan, and zesty Cioppino.
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