top of page
Nero Amaro, like Vermentino, is a relatively unknown varietal outside of its origins in Italy. From the regions of Puglia and Salento – the “Heel” of the Italian Peninsula – Nero Amaro grapes have black-violet skins and produce beautifully deep-ruby wine. Originally grown for blending – with its deep color and firm tannins – Nero Amaro has more recently gained acceptance as a stand-alone varietal.
A Vertical Journey of Nero
The following content is produced and owned by Triangle Around Town
Introduction to Nero by Piccione Vineyards
bottom of page