This is quickly becoming the most popular rosé in Italy, period. The region has a long history of producing Rosato with Negroamaro (a grape that expresses its full potential when grown near the sea), though the history of making it tends to be much richer with riper extractions, deeper in colour. This style of Rosato is new to Puglia as it definitely leans into a more Provencale style. It is 90% Negroamaro with the addition of some Syrah and Cabernet Franc. This rosé has shoulders and very playful fruit, all wonderfully tied together by a binding acidity.