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Cantine San Marzano: How the italian wine-maker sharing their dream with the world?

RESPECT AND MODERNITY

With a landscape painted by the sun, Cantine San Marzano plant and grow dreams in their vineyard.

San Marzano is a winery, emblem of a unique way of conceiving wine in Puglia that finds its source in two values: respect and modernity.

Respect for a tradition that has ancient roots and lives today in the eyes, the hands and the work of their winemakers.

Modernity for their idea of wine, widespread and convivial, always open to new languages, connected to a fine stylistic approach, made of elegance and clean tasting.

WHERE DOES THEIR GREAT WINES COME FROM?

They believe that great grapes come from great vines.

They also believed in the “old bush vines” and the world has rewarded them by welcoming them everywhere as a synonym for Primitivo.

They aim at an integration of the potential of many grapes that grow between their two seas, the Adriatic and the Ionian, and the possibilities that different cultures and markets offer them every day.

works in the vineyard

They are not only this, but also what they want to become: promoters of a continuous research, actors projected into a future of sharing, territory and beauty.

Operating as a cooperative to this day and the leading player on the Apulian wine-making industry, Cantine San Marzano was established in 1962, when 19 vine growers from San Marzano di San Giuseppe,whose families had farmed the land for generations, joined forces to maximise their efforts. history

Today, Cantine San Marzano brings together some 1,200 vine growers and it has over 1,500 hectares of vineyards. Its President Francesco Cavallo has been able to fully appreciate and ride the change in the Apulian wine sector, promoting a real cultural revolution among members and pursuing the modernisation of production facilities and the development of an increasingly qualified, highly skilled, young workforce.

In the past, Cantine San Marzano has received enormous credits by medias. particularly, they won 3 GOLD MEDALS  and 1 SILVER MEDAL in AIN WINE CHALLENGE 2018 !

Let’s look at the stars!

Sessantanni Primitivo di Manduria Dop 2015

Sessantanni Primitivo di Manduria Dop

VINE VARIETY: Primitivo

AGEING POTENTIAL: A wine that preserves its organoleptic characteristics for 7 years

TASTING NOTES: Intense ruby-red colour, wide and complex to the nose, fruity, with a prune and cherry jam aroma, with notes of tobacco, slightly spicy. A full-bodied wine, soft and rich in fine tannins, with notes of cocoa, coffee and vanilla in the end.

PAIRING ADVICE: Red meat, game, savoury first courses. Meditation wine.

Il Pumo Primitivo Salento Igp 2017

Primitivo Salento i.g.p.

VINE VARIETY: Primitivo.

AGEING POTENTIAL: A wine that preserves its organoleptic characteristics for 5 years.

TASTING NOTES: Deep ruby red with violet reflections; intense aroma, with notes of plum and cherry, spicy, with rosemary and vanilla scents. A full-bodied wine, soft and balanced, easy to drink.
PAIRING ADVICE : Savoury first courses, red meat and game, mature cheese.

Talò Primitivo di Manduria Dop 2016

 

Talò Primitivo di Manduria Dop

VINE VARIETY: Primitivo.

AGEING POTENTIAL: A  wine  that  preserves  its  organoleptic  characteristics  for  5  years

TASTING  NOTES:  Ruby  red  colour  enriched  with  violet  reflections; generous bouquet, which recalls ripe cherries and plums, with pleasant notes of cocoa and vanilla. This wine has a velvety texture, softened by the warmth of the Primitivo grapes; the finish offers notes of persistent sweetness.

PAIRING ADVICE: Savoury first courses, lamb and game with rich sauces, hard cheeses.

 

 

Talò Negroamaro Salento Igp 2017

Talò Negroamaro Salento i.g.p.

VINE VARIETY: Negroamaro

AGEING POTENTIAL: A wine that preserves its organoleptic characteristics for 5 years.

TASTING NOTES: Deep purple red with violet reflections; intense and persistent aroma, with black-currant and wild fruit scent, spicy, with balsamic and vanilla notes. A full-bodied wine, soft and balanced, long and pleasantly flavoured in the end.

PAIRING ADVICE: Excellent with savoury first courses, all types of meat courses and mature cheese.

Are you excited to know more about Cantine San Marzano? Don’t hesitate to click HERE for further contact !

 

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