Production area: Territories of Lizzano and Faggiano (Province of Taranto, Central-Southern Puglia)
Wine types: White; Sparkling White; Spumante; Malvasia Nera; Malvasia Nera Superiore; Negroamaro Rosato; Negroamaro Rosso; Negroamaro Rosso Superiore; Rosé; Sparkling Rosé; Rosé Spumante; Red; Sparkling Red; Novello; Primitivo di Lizzano; Primitivo di Manduria.
Vine varieties: Negroamaro (60%-80%); Trebbiano Toscano, Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco, Malvasia Bianca, Sauvignon, Bianco d’Alessano, Montepulciano, Sangiovese, Bombino Nero, Pinot Nero, Malvasia Nera di Brindisi e di Lecce.
Alcohol by volume: Min. 10,5% for whites; min. 11,5% for reds and rosés; 12% for Negroamaro
The Red type ranges from ruby red to garnet red in colour. To the nose it is vinous. To the palate it is dry and well-orchestrated.
The Rosé type is light ruby red in colour. To the nose it is slightly vinous, fruity when young. To the nose it is dry and zesty.
The White type is light straw yellow in colour. To the nose it is delicate, slightly fruity. To the palate it is dry, zesty and well-orchestrated.
The Red Negroamaro is ruby red verging on garnet red. To the nose it is vinous and to the palate it is dry and well-balanced.
The Rosé Negroamaro is light pink in colour with purple tinges. To the nose it is fragrant and to the palate it is dry and delicate.
The Malvasia Nera type is deep red in colour. Typical aroma. To the palate it is velvety and slightly aromatic.