This Negroamaro is a really interesting wine if you haven’t come across it before. There’s a lot going on when you smell it, which makes it really enticing. On one hand you get intense aromas of super ripe blackberries and cherries, along with some spicy chocolate and liquorice notes. But on the other, you get floral aromas that are more reminiscent of a white wine. On the palate, the wine is full-bodied and oozing ripe fruit flavours with a long chocolate finish.
This is a youthful Negroamaro that you can drink now (it also works well chilled) or you can lay it down as it ages along the lines of a mature Burgundy.
You can read more about the producer: A Mano.