This characteristic wine from the other side of the Atlantic Ocean began attracting the interest of winemakers in the mid-1800s. Cultivated all over California, it was hugely popular until the early 1900s, when the abundance of wine made with it undermined its quality.
With about one hundred hectares of vineyards, Pugliese wine has nothing to envy in quantity nor in production quality. Known for Primitivo and Negro Amaro, among Puglia’s wines we have the best rosè wines of Italy, in addition to white wines with amazing tasting and olfactory impression. Not least also the production of sparkling wine: small and unfortunately niche, this production has showed great talent quality, exactly as sparkling wine making areas of more noble zones of Italy.