Sannace

Malvasia wine I.G.T. Apulia

Sannace Malvasia wine is the marriage of two Mediterranean regions: Puglia and Peloponnese. It was in the ancient Byzantine stronghold Monembasia, that this wine was produced. Its arrival in Veneto inspired the so called Malvase trattoria. The sun of Puglia nurtures this amazing vine.

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Alcohol content: 12°

Best Award: SANNACE Malvasia Nera 2007 scored “90 points” which is the best score from Italian Malvasias Quality Certificate Luca Maroni Annual Guide of the best Italian wines 2010

Grape variety: 100% Malvasia Nera
Vineyards location: Barenaggio district, Gioia del Colle (Ba), Puglia – Italy
Training system: espalier
Yields per hectare: about 100-120 quintals
Planting year: 1995
Harvest: mid-September
Vinification: the use of selected yeasts during maceration and a controlled temperature ensure the fruity characteristic of Malvasia which grows in the hills of the Murgia, home of the trulli
Ageing: stored long enough in steel and the bottle to ensure that the tannins evolve towards maturity stored long enough in steel and the bottle to ensure that the tannins evolve towards maturity