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  • Any medium-bodied Italian red will work Chianti, negroamaro, etc., but also an Argentine malbec, which I find works well with Italian flavors.

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  • On her list to try: Sicilian nero d'avola, southern Rhône reds, grenache from everywhere, rioja, zinfandel, negroamaro, bonarda and salice salentino.

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  • An Italian wine would be appropriate, such as a Chianti or a negroamaro from the south.

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  • Squinzano is south of Brindisi; this is mostly negroamaro and the balance malvasia nera.

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  • It tends to makes wines darker and bigger than the negroamaro blends: this is chunky, spicy, rich and satisfying.

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  • Like many of the region's reds, this is made mostly from the local negroamaro grape: the origin of its name

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  • "'You said it was important, aye? So we'll have the negroamaro. From Apulia,' he added, with a note of satisfaction, and turned to me."
    —Diana Gabaldon, An Echo in the Bone (New York: Delacorte Press, 2009), 691

    December 17, 2009