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Flamingo | Natural Wine by Lammidia.
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€19,24

Flamingo

Lammidia

You like Cranberries?

€25,65 per litre
Possibilmente 2021 | Natural Wine by Lammidia.
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€23,53

Possibilmente 2021

Lammidia

Pecorino from Abbruzzo

€31,37 per litre
Velluto 2020 | Natural Wine by Lammidia.
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€29,41

Velluto 2020

Lammidia

Montepulciano in the house

€39,21 per litre

Two lifelong friends start a winery together

Lammidia is a natural winery in the Abruzzo region of Italy known for its incredibly energetic, low-intervention wines. The winery was founded in 2013 by lifelong friends Davide Gentile and Marco Giuliani. Like many other winemakers, it started with a passion for drinking natural wines but soon evolved into the two abandoning their former jobs to make wine full-time. The winemaking began in Davide’s grandmother Antonia’s house, and in fact it was grandma Antonia who gave the winery its name when a fermentation failed to start and she performed a folk ritual to drive away “l’ammidia”, the evil eye!

Fun and vibrant low-intervention wines

Despite being a relatively young winery, Lammidia has gained a reputation as one of Italy's most popular natural winemakers. Their wines have been praised for their authenticity and boldness, and Davide’s and Marco’s commitment to sustainable and natural winemaking has made them a leader in natural wine, inspiring others to adopt similar practices.

Lammidia uses mostly Montepulciano and Trebbiano, but also some Pinot Noir, Barbera, and Moscato too. They don’t hire any agronomists, oenologists, or external technicians, instead claiming that all of their choices are the result of ‘research and unstoppable curiosity to experience new things.’ The wines are made using traditional winemaking methods with as little intervention as possible and no added sulphur. We find their wines to be incredibly vibrant, juicy, fun, and easygoing - ideal for summer! Some of their most popular bottles include Panda, Bianchetto, and Rosso Carbo.

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