Primitivo Muro Sant’Angelo


Gioia Del Colle DOC Primitivo Muro Sant’Angelo by Chiaromonte winery in Puglia is an intense red wine, with aromas of plum, blackberry fruits and spices.
The word Primitivo doesn’t mean ‘primitive’ in Italian, but actually means ‘early ripening’ since these grapes accumulate a lot of sugar early in the season. The early ripening means resulting wines are big, luscious and full of fruit. Primitivo is also called an Italian ‘Amarone from the South’.

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Puglia – Chiaromonte


The story of Chiaromonte goes back to 1826 to grandparents of Nicola Chiaromonte who started the winery by cultivating just 3 hectares of vineyards and olive groves.

The winery now owns 32 hectares including cherry orchard, olive grove and vineyards. Chiaromonte believes in respect for the area and focuses on the quality of their grapes: every vineyard is cultivated in a special way depending on the characteristics of the soil; manual harvest warrants the quality of selected grapes without making any damage to the vine.

The main grape variety for the red wines is Primitivo and for the white – Fiano Minutolo (ancient grape that allows to make fresh aromatic white wine).

One of the Primitivos the winery makes is kosher certified (Primitivo ‘Emi’).

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