Cantele Salice Salentino: “Lovely with cherry, dark plum and blackberries as well as some leather, mineral, and spice.”

What a thrill for us to read this wonderful post by the Corkscrew Concierge, aka Katrina Rene, a (mostly) wine and food blogger based in Houston. We had the great pleasure of meeting her in October of this year when she added a wine dinner hosted by Paolo in Houston at Mascalzone, one of the city’s leading Italian restaurants.

Here’s what she had to say about our Salice Salentino:

“These wines are known as the some of the highest quality in Puglia and are known for the their baked and ripe red and black fruit, medium alcohol, medium, well-integrated tannins, and high acidity. Again, that acidity makes it great with food. This one was lovely with cherry, dark plum and blackberries as well as some leather, mineral, and spice. Braised and roasted meats are the name of the game here. We had it with a sauced stuffed pork served with spinach.”

Check out the rest of her post for notes on all of the Cantele wines we served that night and the fantastic pairings created by chef Angelo Cuppone especially for the occasion.

Thank you, Corkscrew Concierge, for joining us that evening and thanks for the kind words about our wines. We’re so glad you enjoyed them and we’ll look forward to tasting with you in March 2018 when we get back to your awesome city!

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