||Its name derives from "somarello" in Apulian dialect, an indication of the high productivity of the plant loaded with bunches "like a donkey". It is only after the first 10 years of life that the plants drop in production and the grapes give life to structured wines rich in scents.
||Loamy clay with calcareous marl.
||De-stemming, with long maceration of the grapes in contact with the skins for 15 days, fermentation at a controlled temperature of 25 °C with selected yeasts.
||Steel. During ageing the wine is micro-oxygenated and subjected to numerous analytical controls to ensure its integrity.
||It pairs well with red meat dishes, game, aged cheeses, lasagne and pasta with meat sauce. International pairings: Bulgogi (Korea) - Flamberad Pepparstek (Sweden).
||Price Guarini Susumaniello Salento 2019 € 6.39