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It's called "mulberry" (Gelso Moro in Italian) and is produced in an area highly suited, in southern Italy
The production area is in an area where rosé wines have always had a large following, and now more than ever, with the new trends that have reinvigorated the summer wine that deserves to be present at the table as elsewhere, good for cocktails.
The "Gelso Moro" the view is of a pale pink, the violet tinges. The nose opens with an elegant clean and fresh scents from floral references. It has good flavor, like all the wines of Salento, as any wine made from grapes respecting Negroamaro. It has good structure and finesse of expression, with an acidic note that makes it palatable.
It is recommended at a temperature of 10-12 ° C, in combination with appetizers, pasta dishes, white meats and cheese.
by Luigi Caricato
04 july 2011, Food Notes > Wine