Our wine experts visited Italy from top to bottom to work with wine growers who specialize in traditional grape varietals, blended with more world-famous ones for unique results. Now, it’s your turn to discover this exciting family of dual varietals you’ll absolutely want to sit back and enjoy!
Negroamaro is a grape variety from Southern Italy, most notably Apulia, although historians say it may have migrated originally from Greece. Its name, which refers to its dark skin, derives from “Niaru Maru”, meaning black in two different languages: niger in Latin and maru in Ancient Greek.
Over time, it has won a reputation for producing wonderful rosés, especially when blended with Sangiovese.