Negroamaro “Paritaru”

Tasting Notes

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.

Organic wine
Designation IGT Puglia
Varietal 100% Negroamaro
Training System pergola and spurred rows
Yield per Hectare 130 quintali
Harvest Period second ten days of September
Vinification long maceration on the skins for 30 days
Fermentation in stainless steel tanks at 28 – 30° C
Aging in French and Slavonian oak tonneau (20% first-passage oaks and 80% second passage) for 6 months and in bottle for 4 months
Aging Potential 10years
Bottles 750 ml
Pajaru Vientu - o
Puglia Red Blend “Vientu”
Pajaru Lampu - o
Susumaniello “Lampu”
Pajaru Auru - o
Nero di Troia “Auru”
Pajaru Paritaru - o
Negroamaro “Paritaru”
Pajaru Picuraru - o
Primitivo “Picuraru”
Pajaru Meridionale - o
Meridionale Tre Tenute