NOTARDOMENICO

As with Sussumaniello and Ottavianello, Notardomenico too exhibits strong historic ties with the province of Brindisi, where it is often co-planted with Negroamaro and Malvasia Nera. In contrast to its “neighbours,” however, Notardomenico is never produced as a monovarietal wine, although a few courageous producers have experimented in that direction. Little planted, this variety develops a medium-small cluster, conical or cylindrical, winged or not, and medium compact; the berry is a lovely dark red tending to purple. In some communes around Brindisi, Notardomenico is much used for the production of rosés.

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