Owner: Feudi di San Gregorio.
Background: The name “Ognissole”, of Greek origin, is mentioned in a poem of Leonida di Taranto (third Century B.C.) that describes this land as full of charm and covered by the sun for most of the day. Ognissole embodies the essence of Puglia where the sun and the influence of the sea give richness, character and elegance to the grapes. The logo is a detailed re-interpretation of a mosaic found in a “domus” built between the end of the third century and the beginning of the second century B.C., now stored in the National Archeological Museum of Taranto.
Rosato, Mirante: 2014 100% Primitivo. Nice soft nose. Pale ballet shoe pink. Lovely savoury licorice, delicate, savoury, nice aftertaste. 88 points at the Radici del Sud competition, 13th June Saturday 2015. | 2016 IGT Salento. 100% Primitivo. 12.5% alc.
Castel del Monte DOC Rosato, Pontelama: 2017 100% Nero di Troia. 13%. Demeter-certified wine made of Biodynamic grapes. Bottled by Ognissole at Contrada Cefalicchio, Canosa di Puglia (BT = Barletta), Italy. Simple light crunchy crisp pink wine with fluidity rather than depth (22 Nov 2018).
Castel del Monte DOP, Romanico: 2015 Nero di Troia. 13%. Demeter-certified Biodynamic. Lot number: LC004093. Smooth, ripe, floral (Feb 2019).
Gioia del Colle DOP Primitivo, Ognissole: 2017 14.5%. L021807. Certified organic. Light sappy fruit (Dec 2018).
Primitivo di Manduria DOC, Essentia Loci: 2015 15.5% alc. LE003035. Rich, soft, floral, opened up after two days (Feb 2019).
Canosa di Puglia (BT), Italy.