Karamare embodies all the essence of Sardinian land. A wine of great personality that comes from a winemaking of Cannonau Bianco, a rare Sardinian grape, born from the union of Cannonau with a grape called Galoppo. At the manual harvest and in crates, a fermentation with indigenous yeasts and a long maceration follows. Then it refines in steel tanks for several months. Pusole got the attention of Slow wine because of their project to save this local variety from extinction. The Karamare is orange-yellow. The nose highlights aromas ranging from fruit with yellow flesh, spice, to the Mediterranean, ending with honeyed notes and custard. At the sip it is amazing, soft, with a marked sapidity and minerality to close with a long finish of toasted hazelnuts.
- Varietal:Cannonau bianco
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- How much so2 added:40 mg/l
- Climate:Mediterranean with intese sea wind
- Harvest Technique:Hand harvested
- Soil:alluvial soils
- Vineyard Size:0.9 ha
- Fermentation:After crushing and desteming partially grapes, the spontaneus fermentation starts and maceration last for 10 days. They follow the same process of the red cannonau
- Elevage:aging 10 months in steel tank on fine lees.
- Winemaker Name:Roberto Pusole
- Finning & Filtration:None
- Total Production:100 cases
- Sustainable Certificates:0 chemical impact in the vineyards
- Sustainable Practice:Yes