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Feudo Monaci Salice Salentino 2001

Negroamaro from Italy
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    80% Negroamaro, 20% Malvasio nera Feudo Monaci ('Fief Monks'), located in the Salice Salentino DOC of Puglia, Italy, is a winery dating back to 1804. The majority of the vineyards is comprised of Primitivo, Negroamaro, and Malvasia Nera, and benefits from an ideal viticultural environment. A modern winemaking facility rests at the center of the tenuta, where all pressing, vinification, and bottling are done. Ruby red, ethereal nose, characteristic and intense. Warm, lingering taste, smooth, full and harmonious.

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    Feudo Monaci, Italy
    Feudo Monaci - which translates to "Fief Monks" - is a winery dating back to 1804, with profound roots in the history of the Salentino territory. The vineyards of Feudo Monaci lie in the beautiful Azienda Castello Monaci, located in the Salice Salentino territory of Puglia.

    The property consists of 220 hectares (60 vine-cultivated), producing principally red wine grapes. Primitivo, Negroamaro, and Malvasia Nera take up the majority of the vineyard, with a small quantity of Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc making the balance.

    WLD420016_2001 Item# 58634