Tenute Rubino Azienda Agricola Dott. LUIGI RUBINO

Via E. Fermi, 50, 72100 Brindisi
Italy

Telephone +39 083 1571955
info@tenuterubino.it

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  • Hall 16 / A31
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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 Rosato

Negroamaro rosé, deep pink in colour. Characterized by fruity flavours, both on the nose and on the palate, it is fresh and persistent.

Technical Details
Classification Rosè · IGT Salento
Grape variety Negroamaro
Alcohol level 12% vol.
Analysis pH 3,30 · total acidity 6,00 g/l
Vineyards location Brindisi
Altitude of vineyards at sea level
Soil characteristics Sandy
Training system Spurred cordon
Vines per hectare 4.000
Year per impiant 2000
Yields per hectare 8 tons
Harvest third decade of September
Fermentation Between 16-18°C in steel tanks
Malolatic fermentation Not carried out
Ageing 5-6 months in steel tanks
Vintages 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Production vintage 80.000 bottles
Serving temperature 8-10 °C
Glass medium, wide and open

Tasting Notes
Colour Clear, intense and brilliant pink
Bouquet Pink and red owers and fruits, roses to violets, cherries and blueberries..
Taste Fresh, sapid, soft and pleasant.
Characteristics Its attractive colour is validated by a soft, fresh taste and rounded off by a long and persistent finish.
Food matches Focaccia and pink sauce canapés, friselle, pizza margherita, tomato-based first courses. It goes very well with stuffed calamari, stewed octopus, roast veal and white meats.

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Product category: Puglia

Marmorelle Bianco

The Chardonnay supplies body, the white Malvasia the right amount of aroma. Together they create a balanced wine, with fresh acidity that makes it particularly pleasant.

TECHNICAL DETAILS
Classi cation White · IGT Salento
Grape variety Chardonnay, Malvasia Bianca
Alcohol level 13,5% vol.
Analysis pH 3,45 · total acidity 5,50 g/l
Vineyards location Marmorelle, Brindisi
Altitude of vineyards sea level
Soil characteristics Clayey, medium consistency
Training system Spurred cordon
Vines per hectare 3.800
Year per impiant 1998
Yields per hectare 8 tons
Harvest manual; Chardonnay, from the 10th to the 15th August; Malvasia bianca in the middle of September;
Fermentation Between 16-18°C in steel tanks
Malolatic fermentation Not carried out
Ageing 6 months in steel tanks, 2-3 months in the bottle
Vintages 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Production vintage 100.000 bottles
Serving temperature 8-10 °C
Glass medium size tulip-shaped goblets

TASTING NOTES
Colour Light straw yellow, with delicate green nuance.
Bouquet Delicate and wrapping scents of fruit and owers, notes of mango, banana, yellow peach, grapefruit, orange blossoms and broom.
Taste Smooth, well-balanced and persistent. Sapid and mineral, its fresh acidity makes it pleasant and lively.
Characteristics Fresh and jovial, it has a strong and dynamic personality, combined with a fascinating and fragrant complexity.
Food matches Ideal with warm sea salad, boiled shrimps, the classic potato rice and mussels from Bari or baked sea bass. Also worth trying with white meat.

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Product category: Puglia

Oltremé

Susumaniello, the most typical variety of the Brindisi area, in purity. It matures only in stainless steel vats allowing the primary flavours to fully express themselves. It enchants with simplicity through its fruity and spicy flavours.

TECHNICAL DETAILS
Classification Red · IGT Salento
Grape variety Susumaniello
Alcohol level 13,5% vol.
Analysis pH 3,70 · acidità totale 5,90 g/l
Vineyards location Jaddico-Giancòla, Brindisi
Altitude of vineyards at sea level
Soil characteristics Sandy
Training system Spurred cordon
Vines per hectare 6.000
Year per impiant 2004
Yields per hectare 7 tons
Harvest Manual, during the first days of October
Primary fermentation Between 22-24°C in steel tanks
Maceration 10 days at controlled temperature
Malolatic fermentation Completely carried out
Ageing 10 months in steel tanks; minimum 2 months in bottle
Vintages 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Last vintage production 40.000 bottles
Serving temperature 15-18 °C

TASTING NOTES
Colour Intense ruby red with purple tinges.
Bouquet Fragrant fresh notes of red fruit: cherries, pomegranate, raspberries and mature plums.
Taste Sapid, mineral and round, with pleasantly soft tannins.
Characteristics A balanced and velvety wine, with an elegant texture; its harmony and persistence are truly enchanting. Its varietal notes stand out clearly.
Food matches It goes well with savoury dishes such as stuffed aubergines and peppers, orecchiette with tomato sauce, risotto with porcini mushrooms. It pairs well with cold cuts, semi-cured cheeses and grilled meats.

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About us

Company details

A family story

The Tenute Rubino project started in the 80’s from an idea of Tommaso Rubino, a firm believer in Salento's potential. Through a long series of acquisitions, he has formed a substantial productive base divided in four estates. Expressing viticulture in Salento at its best was his main goal. In 1999 his son Luigi, together with his wife Romina Leopardi, started the Tenute Rubino brand. The company is headquartered in Brindisi, where the launch of a brand new winery has been the first step in the business. Since then many innovations have been implemented both in the production process and in the company organization. Nowadays Tenute Rubino is a 1,200,000 bottles/year reality and a worldwide known brand, with more than 70% of its turnover generated abroad.

Luigi Rubino
Admiration, loyalty and courage. These are the feelings that bind Luigi Rubino to the land of Salento. He’s the one investing in the vineyards, he rationalizes them, selecting the vine varieties to be planted or recovered. His vision is clear and simple: a strong attention to the promotion of native local varieties. Luigi is the real soul of the company. He manages production, marketing strategy, relationships with foreign buyers and much more. But at the same time he seeks comparison and the contribution of every single unit in the team, starting from his wife Romina.

Romina Leopardi
Romina has Apulian blood in her veins but she was born and raised on the other side of the world, in Australia. She belongs to that Mediterranean land that is Salento, but she lives this bond with the logical rigour of an Anglo-Saxon. She is in charge of marketing and communication and she takes care also of selecting human resources. At the same time, it is not rare to find her beside the employees helping out with the different daily tasks. She firmly believes in organisation, risk prevention and team playing and is a proud member of Italian wine women association.

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