The wine variety tradition of this territory, which extends itself from Capitanata to the Subappennino (dauno), slowly descending towards the Nord-barese (north of the province of Bari), is very old. History, art, wine and food cohabit this land in which the Montepulciano d’Abruzzo wine has the upper hand in the red wine variety and the Bombino Bianco wine in the white wine variety, as well as in the sparkling wine one.
The first gives life to full-bodied red wines, expressing itself on excellent levels in this area of Apulia.
The second, endowed with a refined elegance, considerable structure and acid degree, is often accompanied by the Trebbiano Toscano, in order to give life to particularly delicate white wines.
Considerable importance is given to the Nero di Troia wine, carrying good vigour, which is predominantly wine-made in purity, giving, thus, life to red wines which also lend themselves to a long maturation process.
Completing this panorama of the wine-growing Daunia, rare gems such as Somarello, mostly spread in the Lucera area, Tuccanese, or the Zagarese grape may be found.