Brunilde di Menzione Primitivo
Produced in the Puglia region of Italy, this wine is made from Primitivo grapes and is aged in oak barrels for four months. Grapes are grown with the traditional “Alberello” cultivation method, harvested manually in the end of August when the berries reach their best maturation status. After the harvest, fermentation takes place under a controlled temperature of 33° for approx. 25 days to emphasize its structure and the aromas of the wine. Then, the wine is aged in oak barriques for about 4 months.
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...