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Albarossa Salento IGP rose wine, Palama

The Albarossa Salento IGP Rosé Wine from the Palamà winery stands out for its brilliant rosé color and its fruity aroma. On the palate, it offers a fresh and dry taste, ideal for pairing with Mediterranean traditional dishes and a simple pizza. Made from pure Negroamaro grapes, a native grape of Salento, this wine falls under the Salento Indicazione Geografica Tipica (IGT) denomination. The care in winemaking and attention to the quality of the grapes are fundamental. Produced in Italy, it contains sulfites.


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Origin area
Lecce / Salento
75 cl
Contains sulfites
Malvasia Bianca 50%, Verdeca 50%
Piatti di pesce, crostacei, frutti di mare, ottimo aperitivo
Colore bianco paglierino carico, profumo fruttato intenso, sapore fresco e asciutto.
Tipologia di terreno
Medio impasto
In serbatoi
Short production line / 0 Km
Cantina Palama Cutrofiano

A Rosé Masterpiece: Albarossa Salento IGP

Color, Aroma, and Taste

The Albarossa Salento IGP Rosé Wine from the Palamà winery stands out for its brilliant rosé color, immediately catching the eye and promising a unique sensory experience. Its fruity aroma invites you to discover the aromatic notes of red fruits and floral hints, providing a complex and intriguing olfactory bouquet. On the palate, the fresh and dry taste manifests with a pleasant acidity, making this wine extremely refreshing and perfect for hot days, while also being versatile in pairings.

The Grape: Negroamaro

The Negroamaro grape, native to the Salento region, is the beating heart of the Albarossa Salento IGP Rosé. This grape owes its name to the combination of the Latin word "niger" and the Greek word "mavrós", which together mean "black". It is known for its intense red color and its ability to produce wines with great structure and character. In the case of the Albarossa Salento IGP Rosé, these grapes are vinified in purity, creating a fresh, delightful, and perfectly balanced rosé wine. Its production is part of the tradition of Salento rosé wines, known for their quality and uniqueness.

Gastronomic Pairings

The Albarossa Salento IGP Rosé is a wine that stands out not only for its organoleptic characteristics but also for its versatility in pairings. It is perfect for accompanying a simple pizza, enhancing its flavors with its freshness. Additionally, it pairs wonderfully with Mediterranean traditional dishes, such as fish appetizers, summer salads, light pasta dishes, and even some white meat dishes. This versatility makes it an excellent choice for informal dinners or more sophisticated events, where you want to surprise guests with a quality wine.

Denomination and Production

The Albarossa Salento IGP Rosé falls under the Salento Indicazione Geografica Tipica (IGT) denomination, which guarantees the origin and quality of the product. This wine is produced in Italy and, like many high-quality wines, contains sulfites to preserve its freshness and longevity. The care in winemaking and attention to the quality of the grapes are fundamental elements reflected in every sip of this rosé, representing the Salento region and the Italian winemaking tradition at its best.

Albarossa Selection

Alba Rossa, is equal to the color of my earth at sunrise in the days of the strong north wind, though the grapes ripen well.
The low wine-sticks that go to the sea stand before my eyes, since I was born, they are part of my way determined by the wine.
The Salice rosso consists of Negroamaro and black Malvasia, which come from wine sticks, which are drawn on trellises. Ruby-red color, permanent coloring of the rim of the glass: in the mouth it is dry, intense, just as it pleases us.
Rosato wine, fresh fruit, which takes the thirst, presents the people of my region best: honest, genuine, like the white wine only from the vine verdesca, which carries the salt of our coast.

I go a little north to get the best Primitivo, from which I make a strong wine, intense, with great character.
Alba rossa is the better Salento, the sun, the sea, the wind. Lots of wind ...

The Palamà Winery is located in Cutrofiano, Salento region in Puglia, since 1936.

The wines are obtained from the native Apulian vines growing on espaliers or small trees: Negroamaro, Primitivo and Malvasia Nera vines are used to produce pure or blended wines. Ninì and his family are personally responsible for the vines, for harvesting and for wine making.

In 1996 the cellar has started to produce its first bottles, and it reached an important role on international markets from the very beginning. From that moment on, the mission has been to never stop searching for an always better quality.

International press and wine guides have always written enthusiastic comments about Palamà wines.