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Winemaking has been around almost as long as people have wandered the earth. Some countries have better wine growing opportunities than others due to soil conditions, temperatures and precipitation; this also varies by region.
Puglia, located in Southern Italy is an underestimated region which produces possibly some of the best wine in the world even though it’s northern counterpart of Tuscany is more internationally recognised with their Brunello di Montalcino, Barolo and Barbaresco to name a few.
Lots of sunshine, clay soil and little rain contribute to the marvellous wine grape varieties which hail from the relatively unknown Puglia region.
Primitivo, Negro Amaro and Nero di Troia are amongst the fabulous black skinned grape sorts which offer not only fabulous taste, but fantastic value as well!
Pour a glass of wine, and continue reading to learn more about the incredible wines being produced in the Southern Italy Region of Puglia.