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APULIA

A GLASS OF PUGLIA

Each bottle of wine is a nuance of our territory. Discover the flavors and aromas of Puglia.

La Puglia - Quadrato Verdeca

VERDECA

IGP PUGLIA

It is an Apulian native wine grape variety, probably with a Greek provenance and it is grown in our territory since ancient times. Its name comes from lit green colour of its berries.

La Puglia - Quadrato Bombino Nero

BOMBINO NERO

IGP PUGLIA

Cultivated for a long time in Puglia, it owes its name to the particular shape of the bunch, which refers to the image of a child with slightly raised arms: hence the habit of defining it "Child", over time changed into "Bombino" . Bombino Nero's berries are coated in a soft skin with few pigments that make this grape variety less used in red wines production, in favour of exclusively rosé, with modest alcohol content.

La Puglia - Quadrato Nero di Troia

BLACK OF SLUT

IGP PUGLIA

Nero di Troia is one of the best known and most characteristic indigenous grape varieties of Puglia. A vine full of personality, tannic par excellence given the high presence of flavonoids in the skins. Sometimes defined as "nervous", it requires patience and competence to smooth its edges and create elegant and harmonious wines.

La Puglia - Quadrato Susumaniello

SUSUMANIELLO

IGP PUGLIA

Cultivated for a long time in Puglia, it owes its name to the particular shape of the bunch, which refers to the image of a child with slightly raised arms: hence the habit of defining it "Child", over time changed into "Bombino" . Bombino Nero's berries are coated in a soft skin with few pigments that make this grape variety less used in red wines production, in favour of exclusively rosé, with modest alcohol content.

La Puglia - Quadrato Primitivo

PRIMITIVO

IGP PUGLIA

Cultivated for a long time in Puglia, it owes its name to the particular shape of the bunch, which refers to the image of a child with slightly raised arms: hence the habit of defining it "Child", over time changed into "Bombino" . Bombino Nero's berries are coated in a soft skin with few pigments that make this grape variety less used in red wines production, in favour of exclusively rosé, with modest alcohol content.

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