A Mano srl

Via San Giovanni, 41, 70015 Noci (BA)
Telephone +39 080 3434872
Fax +39 080 3481833

This company is co-exhibitor of
Vinissimo GmbH

Hall map

ProWein 2018 hall map (Hall 16): stand C31

Fairground map

ProWein 2018 fairground map: Hall 16


Exhibitor Categories

  • 02  Exporter
  • 02.01  Europe


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  • 02.03  USA


  • 02  Exporter
  • 02.03  USA
  • 02.03.31  New Jersey

New Jersey

  • 02  Exporter
  • 02.05  South America

South America

  • 02  Exporter
  • 02.06  Australia and Oceania

Australia and Oceania

Our range of products

Product categories

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

Our products

Product category: Puglia


Fiano - Greco

This is the most unusual wine you will try from Puglia, maybe even all of Italy.
Fiano gives the wine its white peach floral components;
Greco comes from a very old, non irrigated, sandy hillside vineyard and adds a
grapefruit component. It is a fresh, delightful aperitivo.
A perfect match for seafood, chicken and salads, we adore it in spring
with asparagus and in the summer with a fresh pasta like spinach ravioli.

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Product category: Puglia


100% Primitivo

A·Mano Rosato is the prettiest wine that you can possibly drink.
The vibrant pink color invites all the senses to participate.
Your eyes will be captivated, your nose will want to smell its perfume,
your taste buds will be delighted by the first sip. Why resist?
Rosato is a difficult wine to make. It needs special color and
full flavor at lower ripeness, which are not usual characteristics of Puglia.
Rosato is the most versatile wine in the rack. It goes with everything!
Aperitivo, seafood, grilled meat, cheese, spicy Asian, Indian….
We bet you cannot come up with a meal that does not show how good this Rosato is.

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Product category: Puglia


100% Negroamaro

A·Mano Negroamaro comes from a single vineyard in the Salento peninsula.
It’s an old vineyard, dry-farmed and trained on a trellis.
We are convinced that Negroamaro is susceptible to sunburn.
It needs some shade to protect the beautiful and unusual flavors
and the simple trellis system provides the perfect sun screen for these sensitive grapes.
Now the wine: the first note is crushed berries, black cherries and spices.
Look again and you find a floral note, like the heart of an apricot colored rose.
It will age for a very long time and develop the complexities of mature Burgundy.

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Product category: Puglia

A Mano Primitivo 2016

100% Primitivo

Let’s just say that we are the first who made modern Primitivo.
What is so special about Primitivo? Well, it is genetically identical to California’s
Zinfandel, BUT it is Italian, and like most of the Italians that I have met, it is warm,
generous and friendly.
The Italian lifestyle is all about you, celebrating your success, making you look
your best and feel loved. Primitivo is all of that; elegant, fruity, fresh, complex,
interesting and DRINKABLE.
Open a bottle and share it with friends over a plate of pasta: penne all’arrabbiata
or spaghetti alla carbonara, but remember whatever you can grill, roast or stew we
guarantee it will go well with A·Mano Primitivo!

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Product category: Puglia

Prima Mano 2015

I get up very early and leave in the dark.
I am going to the vineyards . Sometimes I say where, sometimes it’s a secret.
The mornings that I go to the Prima Mano vineyard I want to be alone.
There are sensuous moments in life, for me one is to be in a vineyard on the seashore in the
first moments of sunrise and smell both the sea and the perfume of the fruit that fills the air.
All is silent. The vines talk. They say, “tomorrow or the day after, not later.” I agree.
My wine is made when the vines talk to me and I listen.
Color and tannins (good stuff ) are in skins of the grapes.
How do you get them into the wine?
High temperature fermentation breaks down skin cells and allows them to enter the wine.
High temperature fermentation though cooks the delightful fruit aromas.
My invention is hot fermentation of the skins and cold fermentation of the juice!
I start fermenting, then all the juice is drawn off and chilled way down.
The remaining skins get good and warm, break down and liberate all their
color, tannins and goodness. At the perfect moment the super chilled must returns
to the skins and the fermentation proceeds cold. YES!
the extraction of a hot fermentation and the fruitiness of a cold fermentation.
Prima Mano has aromas of crushed rose petals, raspberries, blueberries, black pepper and
sunlight on laundry followed by notes of dried apricots, maraschino cherries, lemon and
eucalyptus. There are very few wines in the world this big, this complex, this powerful and
yet so soft and elegant.
Mark Shannon

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Product category: Puglia

Imprint Susumaniello 2016

100% Susumaniello

Susumaniello is a rare, ancient red Puglian grape, grown in the Salento Peninsula
and until a few years ago was used mostly as a blending component.
Its name come from the local dialect and it means “Little Donkey”.
Old timers, the keepers of wisdom, told us that the name comes from
the enormous load the vines bear when young, but others say that it is so
called because it is difficult to manage, almost stubborn.
While a big wine, it carries itself beautifully and has fantastic freshness,
fine tannin and a seamless finish that keeps you coming back to the glass.
It is noted for its deep color and enormous tannins;
when treated gently the tannins balance an intense red fruit flavor.

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Product category: Puglia

Imprint Primitivo

100% Primitivo

There is no doubt that the wines that I make bear my signature.
Winemaking is such a deep passion for me that I dedicate
myself to it with all my soul.
So how could we make a wine that truly reflected my personality?
A big, bold wine ready to give you a warm strong hug and a smile: IMPRINT.
IMPRINT is made from dried Primitivo grapes, you will find it velvety and supple,
with a soft long finish that envelopes the high alcohol (14,8%).
I made IMPRINT with the desire to reproduce the style of an Amarone, one of
the Italian wines that we most love, elegant and powerful at the same time.

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About us

Company details

About Puglia
Puglia is not only Old World, it is Old Italy. A place where there is always time for a visit, where families eat together every day, where you know your neighbors because you grew up with them. It is also the home of simple great cooking. Everything is fresh, in-season, harvested ripe and prepared simply to accentuate the intrinsic taste. We adore Puglia and make A•Mano the same way a great Puglian cook prepares a meal – with Love!

We work with the best vineyards and do everything possible to maintain the purity of their flavors. Tradition is vital in Puglia, and our winemaking is traditional, natural and respectful. We use the native yeast that grows on the grapes. Our fermentations are kept cool to preserve the flavors of the vineyards. Everything possible is done to preserve the flavors, not manufacture them.

Elvezia is from Friuli in the far northeast of Italy, and Mark is Californian. We made Puglia our home because something is still possible here that is fast disappearing in the rest of the wine world – hand made (A•Mano) great wines that are affordable.

Here times runs slow, family and friends still get together for a long lunch even in the middle of the week; quality of life is important.

You shop for the most wonderful, fresh, ripe seasonal fruit and vegetables and can find extraordinary homemade bread baked by grandma in a wood oven.

Doesn’t it sound wonderful? That’s why we adore it, made it our home, chose this region to make A•Mano.

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