About

Sette Muri Brindisi Riserva DOC

“Sette Muri” is Italian for ‘Seven Walls’, and here refers to the unique walled paths that line the vineyards of Brindisi, where this wine is from. Situated in Puglia at the end of the famous Roman road, the ‘Appian Way’, Brindisi is one of the most historic and ancient cities in Europe. The name for the city comes from the Latin word ‘Brindisium’ meaning ‘deer’s head’, and refers to the unique shape of the strategically important port here.

The wine is made from 100% Negroamaro, a local grape that produces some of the best wines in the region and known for its rich, spicy character.

Grapes are handpicked exclusively from mid to end October. Fermentation takes place under a controlled temperature of 33°C for approx. 20 days to emphasise the structure and aromas. Aged in French oak for 6 months.

Taste
A deep red colour, with heady aromas of red cherry, black plum and vanilla, the wine has a smooth velvety texture with a long spicy finish

Alcohol:

13.5%

Grape varieties:

Negroamaro

About the Producer

Founded in 1952 and based in Trentino, Alto Adige, Schenk Italian Wineries is one of the leading wine producers and exporters of Italian wines. Two flying winemakers, five oenologists and highly trained staff look after the whole production process from vineyards and wineries all over Italy to th...
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