Feudo di Santa Croce is located in Apulia, on the Salento peninsula which stretches a hundred kilometres or so out into the Adriatic and the Ionian Sea, and is commonly known as “the heel” of the boot. Thanks to its water resources and climate, with a good range of temperature between day and night, this is Apulia’s wine-product region par excellence. The Tinazzi family planted the 15 hectares surrounding Feudo di Santa Croce with indigenous grapes, which it grows with much care and attention. Both the better known Primitivo di Manduria and Salice Salentino are part of this line, as are traditional labels such as Negroamaro and Malvasia Nera.
Ruby red colour, enriched with garnet reflections. Generous perfume, which recalls plums and ripe red fruits. This wine has a velvety texture, dry and spicy.
A burly, brambly red, underscored by tarry smoke and underbrush notes, offering flavors of blackberry coulis, herb-marinated black olive, grilled mushroom and ground spice. This shows muscle, made accessible by integration and balance. Drink now through 2024.