Cantina Sociale Di Barletta Societa' cooperativa Agricola

Via degli Artigiani, 13, 76121 Barletta
Italy
Telephone +39 0883 510681
Fax +39 0883 510377
amministrazione@cantinabarletta.it

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  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)

Our products

Product category: Wines (according to cultivable areas)

Priamis Rosso Barletta DOC

The Priamis is one of “Nero di Troia” wines, obtained by winemaking of grapes selected by Passionero brand.
The hand harvested grape is sent to fermentation tanks. On the first day of fermentation, wine undergoes a slight bloodletting of 20% maximum, in order to increase its concentration. The maceration with skins lasts 15 days at a controlled temperature of 28 °C in concrete tanks. After racking, wine rests in stainless steel tanks until malolactic fermentation is completed, that usually takes place in November; then it immediately goes into new barriques where it ages for 12 months before being bottled and rests for at least 6 months before being placed on the market.
Organoleptic description
Deep ruby red color. The sent is generous, with ripe fruit, licorice, spices and vanilla notes.The taste is bodied, soft with a great balance, persistent; on the whole is harmonius.
Seasonal matching
Excellent in combination with red meat, game, cold cuts and ripened cheese.
Serving temperature: 18 °C
Vine: Nero di Troia 100%
Soil: Calcareous/Clayey
Climate: Mediterranean
Growing: Espalier
Denomination: Rosso Barletta Doc
Production Area: Barletta
Region: Puglia

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Product category: Wines (according to cultivable areas)

Léontine bianco

White processing is the peculiarity of Léontine, a white wine derived from the grape variety Sangiovese and characterised by modern production techniques and by a higher quality.
Organoleptic description
Léontine evokes fruity scents and is especially appreciated for its harmonious and fresh flavor.
Seasonal matching
it well matches with appetizers, fish and white meat. Excellent as an aperitif.
Serving temperature: 8-10 °C
Vine: Sangiovese
Soil: Calcareous/Clayey
Climate: Mediterranean
Growing: “Tendone”
Denomination: IGP Puglia
Region: Puglia

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Product category: Wines (according to cultivable areas)

Brio vino spumante dolce

Cleaned up from solid particles in suspension, the must starts fermenting at a temperature of 13-15 °C until reaching 6.5% alcohol after about 15 days. The product undergoes a 60-day aging on the lees. Then it is filtered and cooled to achieve stability and finally bottled.
Organoleptic description
A bright golden yellow color; a wide and harmonic floral fragrance; petit grain. Taste: full, delicate, persistent smell of citrus and musk.
Seasonal matching:
A typical dessert wine, it perfectly matches with cream cakes, dried fruit and fresh fruit salads.
Serving temperature: 6 °C
Vine: Pure muscat
Soil: Calcareous/Clayey
Climate: Mediterranean
Region: Puglia

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About us

Company details

The “Cantina Sociale di Barletta” was born in 1949 thanks to a group of wine growers from the countryside near Barletta with its vineyards resting astride of the Ofanto valley.
Nowadays the “Cantina Sociale di Barletta” inherits the tradition of the old “trappeti”(old oil pressing) that had been in the old town since fifties.
French importers’ work and interest were remarkable, they were particolarly attracted by the“Nero di Troia”vine, from wich it’s possible to obtain the“Rosso Barletta” DOC. This is an old, full-bodied wine, constant companion of many fellow countrymen during the great migrations towards America, Australia and France between XIX and XX century. In that period the boarding registers recorded hundreds of thousands hectolitres boarding loaded in the port of Barletta and addressed to those regions; on the other hand, only the “Rosso Barletta”successfully let itself to pass the difficult test of the slow navigation of that time at equatorial latitudes.

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