Specializing in the native grape varieties of the Valle d’Itria, a small wine region hugging the Adriatic coast of Puglia, this organic family-run farm makes a rosé from the local Susumaniello grape. It’s as fun to drink as it is to say, and its vibrant pressed-berry fruit is a lovely foil to late-season tomatoes, simple seafood preparations, and vegetarian pastas. The slightly deeper color, typical of southern Italian rosato, does not make it any less refreshing.
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