Dolphin Negroamaro 2019 £11.50

PAIR WITH: Tomato based pastas and pizzas with olives and spicy salami

  • Salento, Puglia, ITALY
  • Negroamaro
  • Ripe Cherries, Red Plums, Blackberries and Dried Thyme

STYLE: Medium bodied with soft tannins and a velvety palate

TEMPERATURE: 16-20ºC Room temperature or lightly chilled on warmer days

ABOUT: Meaning black bitter one, this Negroamaro certainly is dark in colour, but very smooth on taste. Think of it as somewhere between a Merlot and a Malbec. It’s a local Pugliesi favourite where it’s grown in the beautiful area of Salento in south eastern corner of Italy. This is an award winning wine offering excellent value for money.

DOLPHIN FACTS: There are 40 species of dolphin which are part of the Cetacean species. This also includes whales and porpoises. The most endangered species is the Irrawaddy dolphin from South and South East Asia where only 92 remain. 56% of all whale and dolphin have been recorded eating plastic they’ve mistaken for food (source: WDC). By purchasing Sea Change’s Dolphin Negoamaro you are helping to fund research designed to protect marine animals like the Bottlenose dolphin.

ABV: 12%

PLU: 10065

Vegetarian, Vegan

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