Negroamaro is a red wine grape variety that is grown in the Puglia region of Italy. It is one of the most widely grown grape varieties in the region and is often used to produce full-bodied red wines with flavours … Read More
Pronunciations – NEH-groh-ah-MAH-ro Negroamaro is a grape variety mostly associated with south Italy, more precisely the region of Apulia. The grape variety is native to this region and the center of production is Salento which is the heel of Italy. It is mostly known under the name of Negroamaro but there are also synonyms such as Abbruzzese, Amaro Nero and many more. When translated, the name actually means Black and Bitter. The wines produced from Negroamaro are usually very deep in intensity with purple or deep ruby red color in youth.