Historically, Apulia has been a large producer of wine. The most famous Apulian wine is the DOC Salice Salentino: it is named after a small community made up mostly of vineyards and olive orchards on the Salento peninsula. The major red grape of these wines is Negroamaro, which has been planted in Apulia at least since the 6th century B.C. Originally called niuru maru in the local dialect, the name translates to black and bitter.
Discover Apulia wine with this great tour. Visit two of the most famous wineries in the Salento region. Learn all about the characteristics of these wines and the Apulia winemaking traditions. Enjoy a fine wine tasting paired with delicious local products. Live this sensorial experience with your friends and family.
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