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Rosso Barletta

Bari, Italia

Rosso Barletta is a wine grown in the communes of S. Ferdinando di Puglia and Trinitapoli in Foggia and Barletta, Andria and Trani in Bari. It was granted DOC status on 1 June 1977. Made primarily from Uva di Troia, the grapes Montepulciano, Sangiovese and Malbek may also be used. An alcohol content of 12% is required. If the wine is aged two years it can also be called Invecchiato.

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