Puglia Aglianico IGP "Sferra Cavallo" 2018 - Morasinsi

Puglia Aglianico IGP "Sferra Cavallo" 2018 - Morasinsi
Winery Morasinsi
Region Puglia
Wine type Red still
Classification IGP Puglia
Year 2018
Format 0.75
Alcohol 13.5%
Grapes 100% Aglianico
Color Deep ruby red
Fragrance Hints of ripe black cherries, blackberries and light balsamic notes.
Flavor In the mouth it is delicately tannic and has a pleasant drinkability.
Pairing Legume soups and pasta with sauce.
Puglia Aglianico IGP "Sferra Cavallo" 2018 - Morasinsi
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Aglianico from the Sferracavallo district.

Soil: clayey, calcareous, rich in humus.

Training system: spurred cordon.

The grapes are harvested by hand in small boxes and arrive in the cellar in a few minutes with a trolley.

Fermentation is spontaneous thanks to the indigenous yeasts present on the skin of the grapes and in our cellar ecosystem.

The approach to winemaking is natural and the wine obtained is the result of the synergy between the vine, the terroir and the hands of us winemakers.

Grapes ferment in concrete tanks.

At the end of fermentation, the wine matures in cement, terracotta (amphorae) and oak wood.

During the twenty months of refinement, the fine lees are kept in suspension with the batonnage technique.

The wine then decants naturally.

Bottling takes place in the cellar during the waning moon.



“We cultivate native and international grapes with love and respect”


We are Morasinsi, young winegrowers in love with nature and viticulture. We make wine from our estate grown grapes with a commitment to traditional techniques whilst focusing on innovative practices througout the vineyard and the winery.


Morasinsi is the fantasy composition of our history. “M” is the “Murgia”, the great mother that acts as a terroir, which welcomes our vineyards and raises them with its unique soil and its warm and dry climate. “Insi” means “insieme” (= together), recalling the ensemble of the various inhabitants of the vineyard ecosystem: the vine that produces 
our grapes, the beneficials (bees, bumblebees and ladybugs) thanks to which we defend our plants in a natural way, the spontaneous plants that enrich the soil with natural fertility and give us many ingredients for our traditional dishes, and finally the man who respectfully works within nature.