Amastuola Ama Rosso Puglia IGP (750ml)

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    Red Wine

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  • Farming Method

    OrganicAll of our products that are tagged with the term Organic are either organic certified or organic practicing. Learn More

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  • Food Pairing

    Aged CheeseSpaghetti and MeatballsPizza

Amastuola is situated on a plateau, 210 meters above sea level, near Crispiano in the Puglia region of Southwest Italy. Its surrounded by about 170 ha of land, mostly planted in vineyards with olive trees and stone walls. The farm itself has been an agricultural center since the fifteenth century, as evidenced by decades of archaeological investigations carried out on its land. The vineyards benefit from a microclimate that favours organic farming and the precious minerals and nutrients of the terroir give the wines a very special aroma. The vineyard was designed by Fernando Caruncho, a landscape architect. Amastuola wine is 100% EU Certified Organic from 2012.

Tasting Notes

Aromas of blackberries and herbaceous nuances with delicate spicy and balsamic notes.  The palate has lots of fruit, light herbaceous notes and intriguing chocolate tones.  Pleasing balancing acidity is supported by a fine tannic texture.  A versatile red for a range of Mediterranean dishes from roasted and grilled vegetables containing fresh herbs, grilled eggplant and sausages.  


A blend of certified organic Primitivo (70%) and Syrah (30%).  The grapes are de-stemmed and softly pressed and are passed through a heat exchanger system where the must is cooled and sent to 300 Hl. Fermentation and maceration take place at controlled temperatures for about 3 weeks.  Ageing occurs in medium-sized tanks equipped with micro-oxygenation and temperature control devices.

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