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ILMAMAA'

Fruity and citrusy with elegant aromatic notes, a marked minerality and sapidity.
Soft pressed to preserve the fruity and floral taste. After an early harvest of about 15 days and a 50% soft pressing, this is followed by about three weeks of slow fermentation at a low temperature. Then frothy juice is put directly into the autoclave without leaving the wine on the lees, this is followed by cold bottling.
Company
APOLLONIO CASA VINICOLA

This is a story of land and passion, that of the Apollonio family; inextricably linked to the destiny of a winery by the same name and that today exports its wines to over 30 different countries around the world. It continues to produce wine using the same methods dear to its founders, while applying the most advanced technologies through the optimization of their production process, down to the marketing of its labels. The Apollonio winery’s history took root in 1870. Since then, particular attention has been paid to the valorization of Salento’s main grape varieties (mainly Negroamaro and Primitivo, but also Malvasia nera, Susumaniello, Bianco d’Alessano), to the careful selection of the types of wood used for the long ageing processes and to the strong link with the territory which has always been the champion of quality production.

Categories
RED WINE
ROSE' WINE
SPARKLING WINE
WHITE WINE
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Wine Classifications
I.G.P.
Company
APOLLONIO CASA VINICOLA

This is a story of land and passion, that of the Apollonio family; inextricably linked to the destiny of a winery by the same name and that today exports its wines to over 30 different countries around the world. It continues to produce wine using the same methods dear to its founders, while applying the most advanced technologies through the optimization of their production process, down to the marketing of its labels. The Apollonio winery’s history took root in 1870. Since then, particular attention has been paid to the valorization of Salento’s main grape varieties (mainly Negroamaro and Primitivo, but also Malvasia nera, Susumaniello, Bianco d’Alessano), to the careful selection of the types of wood used for the long ageing processes and to the strong link with the territory which has always been the champion of quality production.

Categories
RED WINE
ROSE' WINE
SPARKLING WINE
WHITE WINE