Brindisi, Puglia

Masseria Li Veli

Passamante Salice Salentino Negroamaro

Absolutely delicious! My brother got it at a local wine shop in Columbia SC because he knows I like my Italian wine. — 17 days ago

Eric Mckenzie
with Eric
Aaron, Dawn and 11 others liked this
Trixie

Trixie

Nice brother!❤️ Cheers!🍷

Gianluigi Bonari

Salento Appassimento Red Blend

Salento region Appassimento wine. Lucious with dark ruby color and great berry taste. Perfect for pairing with lasagna or any southern Italian foods. Smooth enough on its own for sipping. Drank in October 2022 — 2 months ago

Tormaresca

Bocca Di Lupo Castel del Monte Aglianico 2002

Powerful Aglianico, but aged enough to smooth out all of the tannins. Strong flavors of leather and earth. Strong leather nose. This wine would be perfect with steak. — 2 months ago

Azienda Agricola Cosimo Taurino

Riserva Salice Salentino Rosso Malvasia Nera Negroamaro 2011

I treasure my cheap, aged wines. Even though this is a southern Italian it is neither a Primitivo bomb or sun drenched – rather, it’s all soft and pillowy with very expressive cassis & fermented plum notes from its 90% Negroamaro and 10% Malvasia blend. — a month ago

Severn, Daniel and 7 others liked this

Luccarelli

Puglia Negroamaro

Loved it..one of the better reds we've had all year, if not the best. Smooth with light tannins, and notes of cinnamon and other spices. — 2 months ago

Ruggero di Bardo

Puglia Susumaniello

Fun with friends — 2 months ago

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Masca del Tacco

Puglia Susumaniello 2020

Incredibly fruity and balanced. Definitely a household favorite! — 20 days ago

Josephine, Byron and 6 others liked this

Castello Monaci

Pilùna Salento Primitivo 2020

A delicious primitivo. Paired well with some Italian food (pasta, wine, can’t remember). Is good, would have ‘gan — 6 days ago

Ethan HeyboerPeter HeyboerDiane Heyboer
with Ethan, Peter and 1 other

Farnese

Fantini Edizione Cinque Autoctoni Red Blend

What do you get when you blend Montepulciano, Primitivo, Sangiovese, Negroamaro and Malvasia Nera, i.e. cross Italian grape varieties. Indeed, a powerful, jammy wine with lots of black fruit, but nothing over the top. — 2 months ago

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