Feudi di Guagnano

Feudi di Guagnano has been making wines in Puglia for generations using the native Negroamaro and Primitivo grapes. The vineyards are a minimum of 30 years in age and the harvest is all done by hand. For the last generation, the focus of the winery has been on producing small batches of quality wines at surprisingly good prices. One must discover the complex examples of what we consider to be the best example of Puglia wines available.  Fun, exciting, and crazy cool. Enjoy everything Feudi has to offer!

Wine Appellation
Negroamaro Puglia
Le Camarade Negroamaro/Primitivo Puglia
Available in: Maine
Grown: Italy
If Italy is the largest producer of wine in the world, it is largely thanks to Puglia, which produces more than any other Italian region, about 17% of the total! Puglia is a long, thin wine region in the far south-eastern corner of the 'boot' of Italy. The hot Mediterranean climate, persistent sunshine and occasional sea breezes make for a near-perfect environment for viticulture. The region is responsible for almost half of Italy’s total olive-oil production and has a long-held reputation as a prolific source of (mostly red) wine. The most obviously full-blooded Puglian grapes are Negoamaro and Primitivo. Almost exclusively cultivated in Puglia, Negroamaro is used to produce some of the region’s best wines. The most famous grape is Primitivo, generally high in alcohol content and full in body. White wines in Puglia count for less than 20% of the overall production.