The first rosé bottled in Italy (1943).
90 percent Negroamaro, completed by Malvasia Nera of Lecce, for a focused and bright cherry red.
Very rich nose, especially fruit. Aromas of red berries - currant and raspberry, strawberry and blueberry - mixed with citrus, pomegranate and cherry, while emerges the measured elegance of the rose hips.
The taste is dry, warm and muscular. There are, not quite, not all, the fruity tones - strawberry and cherry dominating - and check a pleasant minerality, with tannins that turn out quite slender. The draft, however, does not reflect the "femininity" offered by the nose. Level going down slowly, because of the influential structure, that undermines and distorts a little bit the balance.
It closes hot and tangy, on pink grapefruit and cherry returns.
Questionable how much you want, but personally, from these wines, I expect lightweight, drink flowing, even brazen, and eye-catching sinuous.