Puglia-Campania

Puglia-Campania

Apulia, or Puglia in Italian, is a region located in the "boot heel" at the bottom of southeastern Italy. The wine district represents 110,000 hectares and mainly Primitivo and Negroamaro grapes are grown here . Puglia has like many other southern Italian wine regions undergone a minor revolution in recent decades and is today producing wines which not least are of high quality, but which also have a modern and popular character. The new world's so popular Zinfandel wines for example are no other than Italy's, or Puglia's Primitivo, which in some cases have been slightly cloned. Apulia has like Sicily a plethora of different wines made from several different local grape varieties. The region has f4 DOCG's, 28 DOC wines and 6 IGT wines.

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