Designation: Rosso Puglia IGP.
Grape Variety: 40% Nero di Troia, 60% Montepulciano.
Altitude: 200-300 mt a.s.l.
Viticultural Area: Puglia, Castel del Monte DOC area, Murgia hills in the territory of Andria and Minervino Murge.
Soil: calcareous and deep tufaceous.
Growing Method: vertical shoot positioning (VSP), cordon spur.
Density: 4500 plants/ha.
Yield per hectare: 12,00 T/ha.
Vinification Process: fermentation in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature, with a post-fermentation maceration for 7-8 days.
Maturation: 6 months in stainless steel tanks on the fine lees and then in the bottle.
Wine Notes: Boamundus deeply reflects the soul and the historical roots of our terroir and it is our homage to a hero of the First Crusade, the German Boemondo I d’Altavilla (1058-1111). It blends two historical grapes: the black grape Nero di Troia, which gives the wine a full body and strong character, and the Montepulciano grape, which is famous for its particular softness and pleasant ruby red colour.
Color: pleasant ruby red with purple reflections.
Nose: intense with a red fruits scent.
Taste: fruity, softness and harmonious on the palate with a slightly tannic finale.
Food Match: ideal for roasts, earthy soups and robust past dishes.
Serving T°: 16°-18°C Alcohol: 13,50% vol.
Analytical Data: pH: 3.70, Total acidity: 5,40 g/l Residual Sugar: 1,9 g/l, SO 2 total: 90 g/l