Susumaniello

Susumaniello has gained increasing attention in recent years as an "up-and-coming" grape variety from Puglia, with some winemakers focusing on producing high-quality, single-varietal wines to showcase its unique characteristics

Varietal Origin: Susumaniello is native to the Puglia region of Italy, specifically the Salento Peninsula, which is the heel of the Italian boot. It is believed to have been cultivated in the area for centuries, but its commercial production has been relatively limited until recent years.

Taste Profile: Susumaniello wines are typically dark-colored, full-bodied, and high in tannins. They can exhibit flavors of dark fruits such as blackberry, black cherry, and plum, with notes of spices, herbs, and earthy undertones. The wines can be quite powerful and structured, with good aging potential.

Regional Styles: Susumaniello is primarily used to produce red wines, often as a single-varietal wine or blended with other local grape varieties, such as Negroamaro and Malvasia Nera, in the Puglia region of Italy. The wines are known for their bold flavors, high tannins, and good aging potential.

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