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Duca Carlo Guarini Piutri Negroamaro 2007

Editorial Review by Gregory Dal Piaz:

A little too much raw wood on the nose seems to be obscuring nice clay soil tones and dried fruit notes. Smooth and polished in the mouth with bright acids and super fine tannin supporting blacker berried fruit. This is very aromatic in the mouth and exhibits fine purity of fruit. 90pts

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Region: Italy » Puglia

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Color: Red
Varietal: Negroamaro
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Azienda Agraria Duca Carlo Guarini Eredi:
A thousand-year-old enterprise that introduces innovation: that is the Duca Carlo Guarini Farming Enterprise. From the eleventh century, when Ruggero Guarini came to Apulia in the retinue of Robert Guiscard, till the present day with the four Guarini - Giovan Battista, Anna, Fabrizio and Januaria at the head of the family company-there is one single word: quality. The Guarini have worked har... Read more
A thousand-year-old enterprise that introduces innovation: that is the Duca Carlo Guarini Farming Enterprise. From the eleventh century, when Ruggero Guarini came to Apulia in the retinue of Robert Guiscard, till the present day with the four Guarini - Giovan Battista, Anna, Fabrizio and Januaria at the head of the family company-there is one single word: quality. The Guarini have worked hard to make their really typical Salento wine famous, concentrating on specific areas in Salento (Igt) and on the names of autochthonous species of vine, on the varieties of centuries-old olive trees, the real wealth of the Salento area. At the beginning of the nineties, when very few knew of the existence of 'primitivo' and 'negroamaro' grapes and the people of Salento were almost ashamed to expose the name of their autochthonous species of vine, the Guarini family brought out the first bottle of pure Primitivo, writing the name of the vine species on the label. They did the same thing with their olive oil for which they always indicate the name of the historic varieties Cellina, Scorranese and Ogliarola Read less

Editorial Reviews for Duca Carlo Guarini Piutri Negroamaro

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065231,025
4.00 5
01/28/2011

A little too much raw wood on the nose seems to be obscuring nice clay soil tones and dried fruit notes. Smooth and polished in the mouth with bright acids and super fine tannin supporting blacker berried fruit. This is very aromatic in the mouth and exhibits fine purity of fruit. 90pts




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