The Tenuta del Pajaru has its roots in the history and symbols of Puglia. The Pajaru is a rural construction built with the dry stone wall method, used as a shelter by farmers and shepherds. To build it, technique and knowledge were needed that only a specialized craftsman, called "Paritaru", possessed. It is still today the emblem of wisdom and experience, the same necessary for the creation of a great wine. The Negroamaro "Paritaru" is the fruit of that popular wisdom which over the years has become art in winemaking and which gives us an intense red with purplish reflections. A full nose of currants, blackberries and jam that we find in the mouth accompanied by hints of dark chocolate and a spicy finish. Excellent with aged cheeses, white and red meats.