Tormaresca

Masseria Maìme Salento IGT Negroamaro

8.898 ratings
8.78 pro ratings
Brindisi, Puglia, Italy
Negroamaro
Top Notes For
Jason snyder

2006 dark berries, pepper, meat on the nose. Nice strong tannin mid palate, long finish. Good with meaty, red sauce

2006 dark berries, pepper, meat on the nose. Nice strong tannin mid palate, long finish. Good with meaty, red sauce

2 people found it helpfulOct 3rd, 2015
Niki Lin

Nice wine, part of Antinori's portfolio, 100 percent own in south of Italy.

Nice wine, part of Antinori's portfolio, 100 percent own in south of Italy.

1 person found it helpfulNov 3rd, 2014
Kevin Ortzman

I was pleasantly surprised by this wine; black cherry, floral and licorice - quite smooth and balanced.

I was pleasantly surprised by this wine; black cherry, floral and licorice - quite smooth and balanced.

Oct 20th, 2016
Alon Yitzhaki

love it.. lots of wood but amazing wine

love it.. lots of wood but amazing wine

Jan 13th, 2015
Andrew Lampasone

Owner Wine Watch Selections

8.9

The is the top wine from this property a selection of the best parcels and gets a bit more expensive oak treatment.

The is the top wine from this property a selection of the best parcels and gets a bit more expensive oak treatment.

Sep 19th, 2014
Gui Mahaut

Full, concentrated, spice, meat, wood dust complex. Balance acidity n alcohol. Ripe and very pleasant mouthfeel. Long.

Full, concentrated, spice, meat, wood dust complex. Balance acidity n alcohol. Ripe and very pleasant mouthfeel. Long.

Jun 27th, 2013
Marc M
8.9

Hit or miss after several bottles (same case). Possibly user error.

Hit or miss after several bottles (same case). Possibly user error.

Mar 3rd, 2018
Alara Buyukcinar

Beautiful wine. Easy drinking but heavy notes on the nose

Beautiful wine. Easy drinking but heavy notes on the nose

Dec 2nd, 2017
Nenad Kesin

The name “black bitter” suites him right. Big tannic wine, bitter on palate, tastes like black cherry and plum, dried herbs, oaky vanilla. Not cheap, but worth every penny, since I adore rough tannic wines.

The name “black bitter” suites him right. Big tannic wine, bitter on palate, tastes like black cherry and plum, dried herbs, oaky vanilla. Not cheap, but worth every penny, since I adore rough tannic wines.

Nov 19th, 2017
Robert Harmelin

Superb. Great color really a very good wine

Superb. Great color really a very good wine

Jul 6th, 2017