The Pumo is a decorative object that for centuries, in Puglia, has adorned balconies and handrails of ancient stairways. Symbol of the abundance and generosity of nature, made of the clay that once nourished the vineyards. Here is a spectrum of colours, declination of varieties and denominations.
The Pumo Negroamaro Salento IGP. A full-bodied, velvety and intense red is born from a medium-textured clayey soil and a thousand-year-old indigenous grape variety.
Long and savoury finish.
DENOMINATION : Salento IGP
PRODUCTION AREA : San Marzano (TA), about 100 m above sea level
CULTIVATION : Espalier
HARVEST PERIOD : Second ten days of September
ORGANOLEPTIC CHARACTERISTICS : Purple red color with black-violet reflections; intense and persistent aroma, with hints of black currant and berries, spicy, with notes of thyme. Full-bodied, velvety and harmonious wine, with a long and savory finish
PAIRING : Robust first courses, meats in general and aged cheeses
SERVING TEMPERATURE : 16-18 ° C
LONGEVITY : 3 years