Appassimento Rosso IGT Puglia - 2020s
The Appassimento method refers to an Italian wine-making process of drying freshly harvested grapes in the open air, mostly on straw mats, in order to allow some of the water in the berries to evaporate and thus achieve a higher sugar concentration. Ripasso and Amarone are the most famous exponents of this methodology. The Gorilla Appassimento is new and probably unique in terms of price, for which the grapes were laid out on straw mats for about 10 days to ensure a moderate increase in alcohol. A "small Amarone" for connoisseurs with high demands at a sensational price. Mature, rosy and full-bodied wine. The perfect balance between soft tannins and acidity.
15% Cabernet Sauvignon
The late ripening of the grapes gives the characteristic notes of ripe and dried fruits such as plums and raisins.
Pleasant notes of chocolate and spices.
A harmonious and balanced wine - pleasant and already very mature.