Trullo Flaminio is so small, they don’t even have a cellar of their own yet. So far their operation occupies a small corner of a larger winery. Hard to imagine how a young start-up could produce such a wonderfully classical representation of Negroamaro. Until, of course, you focus your attention on the vineyard. Fifty to 80-year-old organic bush vines tilled by horse (vines like these can’t be worked by machine even if you wanted to). A light touch is done in the (rented) cellar, allowing the pedigree and character of the grape itself to shine.
Aromatic , Earthy , Spicy