In 1962, 19 winemakers from the Italian region of San Marzano came together to found the 'Cantina San Marzano'. Over the years, this cooperative has grown to the point of attracting 1200 wine producers who, using modern equipment and advanced technology, deliver elegant labels with the utmost respect for Puglia's wine traditions. The winery is at the heart of the Primitivo di Manduria, a strip of land suspended between two seas, where vines and flower boxes grow side by side in a blanket of red earth.
The salmon tones make this rosé stand out on the shelf – although it originated in Puglia, its color has the same delicacy as many rosé from Provence, the main region in the world for rosé wines. But if in the visual aspect it seems to deceive the senses, in the nose and mouth it shows the personality of the region in southern Italy and its main grape, Primitivo. Just bring the wine to your nose to feel ripe wild fruits leaping out of the glass – especially strawberries, cherries and raspberries -, aromas that are crowned by the notes of papaya with blackcurrant cream, which open up after a while of aeration. The palate is tasty, fresh and marked by a well-balanced acidity – perfect for pairing with seafood, but that doesn't bother you when drinking the wine as an aperitif. Are you tired of the usual rosés? Taste this Italian and be surprised!
Obtained from Primitivo grapes, Tramari is an elegant and light rosé wine. Born from the light and winds of the summers, between the two seas of Salento.
Color : pale pink.
Bouquet : intense and persistent of Mediterranean scrub, with hints of cherry and raspberry.
Taste : fresh and elegant wine, balanced on the palate. It goes well with Italian appetizers, fish soups and broths, baked or baked fish, young or slightly aged cheeses.