Tenute Eméra Primitivo 2015
The grapes for this wine come from two exceptional vineyards – Bricco delle Viole in the commune of Barolo and Bric Bertone in the commune of Sinio. The result is lovely depth and richness and great balance between supple tannins and youthful acidity. A must for your wine rack.
Claudio Quarta explores wine-growing micro-territories, aiming to express the authenticity of the native vines and their territories by exalting the unique heritage of culture and tradition they encompass - unlike standardised wines with “no soul”.Tenute Eméra is Claudio Quarta’s Puglia winery. The name of the winery refers to Hemera, a Greek divinity representing the day; this is a tribute to the culture of Magna Grecia and evokes the geographical position of the estate, on Italy’s eastern most strip of land where the sun rises first. In the heart of the Dop Lizzano area,Claudio Quarta traces a pathway for a“new day”in which modern know-how and technologies exalt the heritage of ancient skills. Besides the native varieties including Primitivo and Negroamaro, the winery has also planted international varieties like Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet and others, which express themselves in a special way on these soils.