The Tasting Panel (2015): 90/100
Bibenda (2016): 4 grapes out of 5
Guida Vitae (2016): 3 vines out of 4
Luca Maroni (2018): 91/100
Veronelli (2018): 88/100
Gambero Rosso (2019): 2 bicchieri


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

The label

The label is an interpretation of the spatial projection represented by the black hole concentrated within a typical element of the Apulian territorial culture: the wagon wheel, stripped of the hub, a point of equilibrium of the mechanical means whose fundamental rays converge to guarantee the functioning of an instrument that revolutionized productive agricultural dynamics. The perception of infinity, of outerspace is central to the narration of the creative path. Boamundus is a tribute to Boemondo I d’Altavilla (San Marco Argentano, sometime between 1051-1058, Bari, March 7th, 1111) the hero of the first Crusade buried in the mausoleum of the primatial Cathedral of San Sabino in Canosa di Puglia.