A-Mano is located in Puglia, the name – Italian for “handmade” – is the manifesto: passionate care for every single detail from the vineyard to the bottle. In fact, the vines are hand-cultivated and low-yielding, still head-trained as they were by the ancient Phoenicians.
Black plum and dried cherry aromas mix with some liquorice, earth and faint raisin notes. Medium bodied with good flesh and richness, the palate melds together flavours of morello cherries, dried cherries and liquorice over some earth, subtle dried raisin and spice characters. Smooth, velvety tannins with a medium length conclusion.