salice salentino

The Miracle of Cantele’s Salice Salentino

“Miracle” is a strong word to use when it comes to describing a wine. But I am confident that it’s warranted in this case! I’m talking about Cantele’s Salice Salentino, a classic blend of the winery’s top Negroamaro blended with smaller amounts of Malvasia Nera, also from its best growing sites. You don’t need me […]

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Negroamaro Rosato: the perfect wine for Thanksgiving?

If you’ve been following along here at the English-language blog, you know that I’m the blog’s “curator,” Do Bianchi aka Jeremy Parzen. For many posts, I translate Paolo Cantele’s posts from his corporate and personal blog. And I’ve also been translating posts from the Cantele Food Blogger Project (a wonderful series of recipes created […]

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Vinophilia has a Negroamaro epiphany…

Dutch wine blogger Natasha ter Haar shares her Negroamaro epiphany with her readers… Like everyone else, also I have my prejudices on wines and grapes. One of the best things in wineworld is that wine can always surprise and amaze you. Actually, there are no certainties in winelife. One of the grapes I wasn’t really […]

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07 Primitivo: “Great little daily driver to keep the heart red”

Santo Roman, a wine blogger and wine professional from Kirkland, Washington, writes: I love the price of this wine as much as I love the rustic palate. 100% Primitivo, malo in stainless steel and aged in oak for 6 months. Color wise this wine is almost a shade less than iodine. On the nose this […]

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Wine bloggers are enjoying the 07 Salice Salentino

One of the great things about the blogosphere is that it gives voice to a wide range of people (and palates), many of whom genuinely and earnestly (however anonymously) enjoy sharing their impressions of wines they have tasted. The following are two reviews of our current release 2007 Salice Salentino. Buona lettura! (Happy reading… and […]

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