The Negroamaro “PARITARU” pays homage to the figure of the “Paritaru,” the skilled artisan who, with his craftsmanship and knowledge, was able to build the “Pajaru”, a rural structure constructed using the dry stone wall method, which served as a refuge for farmers and shepherds. The Paritaru is still a symbol of wisdom and experience, the same qualities necessary for creating a great wine.
The PARITARU is the result of that popular wisdom that has evolved into an art in winemaking, offering an intense red wine with violet reflections. It has a powerful and persistent nose, revealing notes of blackcurrant, blackberry, and cloves, which are also present on the palate along with hints of dark chocolate and a spicy finish. It is full bodied, intense and with soft and pleasant tannins.
The PARITARU pairs well with aged cheese and red meat, especially with beef stews and grilled meat.