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Brindisi Rosato Vigna Flaminio, Vallone 2021

Rose Wine from Italy - S Italy and Islands
4.666670000 star rating 3 Reviews
A vibrant southern Italian rosé with fresh raspberry and redcurrant flavours, fresh acidity and lasting sweet red-berry fruit on the refreshing finish. A great match with grilled seafood or Mediterranean mezze or tapas.
Price: £8.95 Bottle
Price: £53.50 Case of 6
In Stock
Code: IT34301

Wine characteristics

  • Rose Wine
  • 2 - Dry
  • Negroamaro
  • 75cl
  • Now to 2024
  • 12% Alcohol
  • no oak influence
  • Cork, plastic

Agricole Vallone

Basking in the balmy, Adriatic-cooled microlimate of the Salento peninsula in Puglia, on Italy’s heel, Agricole Vallone is a large, multi-tasking agricultural concern, with 170 hectares of vines interspersed with other crops, mostly olive trees, artichokes and vegetables. It was founded in 1934, but like others at the time, sold grapes to the local co-operative. It was only in the late 1990s that it began bottling its own wines, but it quickly made its name with its flagship wine, Graticciaia, a partially barrel-aged red made largely from negromaro grapes dried on mats (graticci) in the Autumn sunshine. Designated IGT Salento, this is a very special wine with powerful, concentrated flavours that ages beautifully. For more informal drinking, DOC Brindisi Rosso and its rosato equivalent from the Flaminio estate are hugely popular with members.

South Wales Echo

Another proper summer wine … It's unashamedly properly pink-coloured rose, with plush aromas of soft summer fruits with a little floral prettiness thrown in for good measure. In the mouth, punnets of...
Another proper summer wine … It's unashamedly properly pink-coloured rose, with plush aromas of soft summer fruits with a little floral prettiness thrown in for good measure. In the mouth, punnets of strawberries and cherries almost announce the coming of fine weather with their concentrated presence. The fruit is crunchy and forthright with a return of the floral notes as this juicy drop opens up to reveal all its secrets. The freshest finish completes the package in a wine crying out for a big dish of calamari and aioli.
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