Wine Duca di Saragnano, "Alchymia" Primitivo, Puglia IGT
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Reviews of purchase Duca di Saragnano, "Alchymia" Primitivo, Puglia IGT
The wine has an intense red color with delicate purple hues.
The taste of the wine is structured, complex, balanced and harmonious, with soft, enveloping tannins, velvety texture and a long, charming aftertaste.
The warm, enveloping aroma of wine is dominated by shades of ripe red fruits, especially cherries and sour cherries.
The wine will perfectly complement the dishes from the lamb, grilled meat and various sauces, as well as all kinds of meat snacks.
"Duca di Saragnano" is the flagship brand of the company Barbanera, representing a wide range of wines from different regions of Italy. It is named after the brave warrior Duke de Saragnano, who fought with the Saracens for the freedom of Southern Italy. With the Duke was very friendly one of the ancestors of the family Barbanera - Luigi Barbanera.
"Alchymia" Primitivo is a high-quality, titled wine made from Primitivo grapes grown in Apulia. Primitive is a real business card of Apulia, here one of the oldest vineyards with vines of this variety grows. The word "primitive" comes from the Italian word "primo", which in Italian means "first". The wine has a bright aroma, intense taste and thick color.
"Alchemy" Primitivo regularly receives gold medals at international competitions. Also over the past five years, wine four times received 98 points and once 97 points in the annual "Migliori Vini Italiani" ("The best wines of Italy").
The motto of the Italian family wine company Barbanera is: "Quality is our greatest passion . " For several generations of this family, wine is not just a job, but a higher calling. The company was founded in 1938 by Altero Barbanera and his wife Maria in the picturesque village of Piazza, where she is still located. During the Second World War, the winery practically did not develop, the market was limited only to the village itself. However, after the war, things went uphill. The wine was sold to other parts of Italy and quickly gained popularity there due to excellent quality and democratic prices. Over the years, the small winemaking industry has turned into modern production. An important milestone in development was 1982, when the first wine export to Germany and other European countries began. Modern "Barbanera" was transformed in 2007, and today it is a big enterprise that invariably follows the traditions of quality and is constantly improving.