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Casa Contini, Verso Rosso Salento IGT
(VAIR-so sah-LAIN-toh)


Tasting Notes: Verso is a very full-bodied, luscious wine made with a small percent of ‘appassimento’, or raisined, grapes. It comes from the same terrific people who make Casa Contini. The grapes are grown on two non-contiguous crus, with about 1500 cases total made, which is of course very small for Puglia. Rich and dark in color, with vibrant spice flavors, it is a hedonistic experience that captures the polished side of Negroamaro and Primitivo.

Location Molise, Italia.
(Multiple Locations)
120 hectares.
Soil Mixed clay.
Estate Casa Contini.
(ka-ZAH cone-TEE-nee)
Vine Espalier.
Winemaker Alessandro Botter.
(ah-lay-SAHN-dro BOW-tehr)
Vinification Fermentation in temperature
controlled stainless steel tanks.
Varietals 60% Negroamaro,
35% Primitivo,
15% Malvasia Nera.
Barrel Slavonian oak.
Residual Sugar 2.5 grams per liter. Maturation 18 months in barrel.
18 months in steel
6 months in bottle.
Acidity 5.5 grams per liter. Vintage Production 1,500 cases.
Alcohol 13.5% by volume. Foot Fairing Duck breast,
olive tapenad,
figs with soft cheese.
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