Mottura Vini Del Salento srl.

Piazza Melica, 4, 70053 Tuglie (LE)
Italy

Telephone +39 0833 5966-01
Fax +39 0833 5966-01
info@motturavini.it

This company is co-exhibitor of
Edoardo Freddi

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 16 / B63
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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 16): stand B63

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ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 16

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  • 01.01.09.14  Puglia

Our products

Product category: Puglia

Negroamaro del Salento

Made from the Negroamaro grape, a varietal of remote origins which has been grown in southern Puglia since the 6th century B.C. Grapes are harvested strictly by hand, selecting the bunches carefully and subjecting them to a traditional maceration of 10-12 days on the skins, fermenting the must at a controlled temperature with pumping-over and delestage. Alcoholic fermentation is followed by malolactic fermentation. The wine is aged for 6 months in French oak barriques. Deep ruby red with an intense, broad bouquet containing ripe fruit, pepper, tobacco and walnut, with ethereal notes. Velvety, full and harmonious in the mouth.

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Product category: Puglia

Locorotondo

Produced in the town of the same name and in Fasano and Cisternino. This is one of the “historic” wines of Puglia, originally from the Murgia area. Made from Verdeca and Bianco d’Alessano grapes harvested by hand, gently pressed and fermented at a controlled temperature of 16°C, with a brief time on the lees. An attractive straw yellow with hints of green, its bouquet contains delicate fruity hints of russet apples and white peaches. Soft and mouth-filling, pleasantly tangy.

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Product category: Puglia

Salento Rosato

Made in the middle of the Salento peninsula from grapes of three different varieties: a majority of Negroamaro grapes with a small percentage of Malvasia nera di Brindisi and Malvasia nera di Lecce, both grapes of Greek origin which came to Puglia from Morea. Picked by hand with traditional maceration for 36 hours, soft pressing, natural decantation and fermentation at a controlled temperature of 16°C. A soft, bright coral pink in colour with a fruity, floral bouquet offering hints of aromatic herbs, with a good balance of fruit, freshness and full flavour in the mouth.

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About us

Company details

Philosophy
 
Mottura has always set itself ambitious quality goals, convinced of the expressive power of native local grape varieties such as Primitivo and Negroamaro and committed to continuing ancient wine-making traditions such as rosé and moscato reale.
Mottura wishes to offer consumers wines that offer the emotions of a history that continues, a tradition that has never been interrupted, reconciling modernity with its roots in tradition.

The challenge of the third millennium is proceeding with gradual introduction of technological innovation while maintaining the wine-growing and wine-making traditions that have made the history of viticulture on the Salento peninsula. The winery’s new projects aim to make the most of the potential of local grape varieties, optimise the relationship between terroir and vineyard and improve genetics with research into clones.

Mottura views overseeing all aspects of the production process as an essential key to guaranteeing product quality: from the vineyard to the consumer’s table, via the processes of wine-making, ageing and bottling, control of the entire production process allows Mottura to reconstruct the history of all of its wines.

In short, the directions of the company’s policy are:
- constant commitment to improving the quality of production processes
- a corporate strategy aimed at maintaining the correct price to quality ratio
- a special focus on environmental impact and the demands of the market
 
This competitive edge allows the company to be the best guarantor of its own products.

Mottura’s quality and food safety procedures have been certified under international BRC (British Retail Consortium – Grade A) and IFS (International Food Standard – Higher Level) standards.

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