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.
The vines are 20-40 years old and benefit from constant sea breezes that lower nighttime temperatures, helping the grapes develop their luscious aromas. After harvest, the grapes are pressed and fermented in temperature-controlled stainless-steel tanks for ten weeks. A small portion of the Fiano grapes are dried until the end of October to add extra complexity. Crisp and clean with aromas of white peach, pear and orange blossoms.