Rosso di Cerignola
Place of Origin
Rosso di Cerignola is a DOP (Protected Designation of Origin) wine produced, as well as in the territory of the town of Cerignola, also in those of Stornara and Stornarella, all in province of Foggia.
Rosso di Cerignola is a red wine produced with Nero di Troia grapes (minimum 55%) in blend with Negroamaro, Trebbiano, Sangiovese or Montepulciano grapes.
Cerignola Rosso Riserva designation is given only to wines aged for at least two years in wooden casks and with an alcohol content of at least 13% of the volume.
Main grape varieties used to make Rosso di Cerignola DOP:
Rosso di Cerignola DOP is a wine with an aromatic, intense and pleasant bouquet, and a dry fruity and full-bodied taste.
Rosso di Cerignola should be served at a temperature between 16 and 18 degrees.
Rosso di Cerignola pairs well with meat - especially lamb - sausage, braised meat and medium-aged pecorino cheese.