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Over 800 kilometers of coastline define the geographic boundaries of the Puglia Region. It is long and narrow, gently wedged into the Mediterranean Sea. Puglia is composed of Daunia and the High Murgia, Murge, Lower Murgia and Itria Valley, Messapia and Salento. These five territories are well-defined wine districts, strongly anchored to typical grapes that characterize the productions.
A wide ampelography collection makes the difference between Puglia and other Italian or Southern regions. Characterized by a marked mutability of its territory, Puglia can count on a wide variety of terroir that is expressed in a rich bouquet of aromas and flavors without equal. It changes from Daunia mountain peaks to the sandy coast of Salento going through large and sunny hill areas.
Native grapes - but also to the many varieties of national and international ones now permanently inhabiting the region – get from the sun and the earth of Puglia outstanding gifts. They have a very distinctive and impressive structure. Thanks to the passion and experience of wine makers, the result in Puglia is authentic wines, mostly red, with a strong character and identity.

Daunia and the High Murgia

Daunia and the High Murgia

Bordered by Molise, Campania and Basilicata Regions, this northernmost area of Puglia has a ...

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Lower Murgia e Itria Valley

Lower Murgia e Itria Valley

An image, a sound, a flavour. An instant can evoke a range of experiences, feelings and trad...

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Salento and Messapia

Salento and Messapia

Destination: the heel of Italy. A journey through the southern part of Puglia is quite unfor...

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Erede di una tradizione vinicola che affonda le proprie radici nella civiltà greca, la Puglia è da sempre uno dei vigneti più esuberanti d'Italia e il cuore pulsante della vitivinicoltura mediterranea.

Le caratteristiche pedoclimatiche favorevoli contribuiscono a rendere unici i vini di questa terra, insieme all'uso, classico od originale, dei tre vitigni principe che ne contraddistinguono la tradizione: Nero di Troia nell'area della Daunia, Primitivo nell'area della Messapia, Negroamaro in Salento.
Proiettati verso il futuro grazie alle innumerevoli reinterpretazioni, tutte di eccellente qualità, i vini di Puglia restano strettamente legati alle loro origini e alla tradizione da cui si originano.
Scoprirne le origini significa ripercorrere le vicende, leggendarie e storiche, che ne hanno fatto il simbolo della nostra tradizione vinicola regionale.

Nero di Troia

Nero di Troia

  In terms of vineyard area (approx. 1,800 hectares) Nero di Troia, also called Uva di Troia, is...

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Primitivo

Primitivo

Primitivo is a variety of red grape grown across Puglia, which has found its ideal habitat in two area...

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Negroamaro

Negroamaro

Negroamaro is a black grape variety which is grown all over Puglia and especially in the southern part...

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