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Corsiero

Corsiero

This elegant white wine is made 100 percent from the Chardonnay grape. The terroir of the area around the cities of Stornara and Cerignola, in the north of Apulia, its soil a mixture of earth, sand and pebbles, expresses itself in a sober yet characteristic way in the Corsiero. Because of the intense heat of the Apulian summers the Chardonnay grapes are harvested early, and hence produce a wine with a moderate alcoholic content, suited for all occasions, as an aperitif of with a light meal.

Elisso

Elisso

The Elisso is a wine made from 100 percent troy grapes, locally known as "uva di troia". The grape has ancient roots, and its origins are buried in the myths surrounding the history of the area and that of ancient Greece. It is said that the Greek Mycenaen sailors, who once crossed the waters between Greece and Apulia, brought it with them. The Elisso is a very pleasant, dark red wine, yet with a moderate alcoholic content.  It is a wine suitable for any type of occasion, and with any accompaniment.

Oracolo

Oracolo

The Trojan grape has ancient origins: the Greek-Mycenean sailors brought these vines with them to this land and today, intact through of the millennia, they find their maximum expression in this small territory nort of Foggia. It is here that, encountering the local varieties such as Negro Amaro and Sangiovese, they bring out the best of their characteristics.

Paride

Paride

The Trojan grape has ancient origins: the Greek-Mycenean sailors brought these vines with them to this land and today, intact through of the millennia, they find their maximum expression in this small territory nort of Foggia. It is here that, encountering the local varieties such as Negro Amaro and Sangiovese, they bring out the best of their characteristics.

Terrante

Terrante

Merlot, Montepulciano, and Troy grape. "Ancient" and "modern" grapes tied in a marriage of pleasantness and immediacy. No wood refining: we want to keep unaltered the flavour of the grape.