“Papale Linea Oro-Primitivo di Manduria DOP” and “Varvaglione1921” cited on the “Business People” magazine
PUGLIA, CELLAR OF EUROPE: HOMELAND OF AT LEAST THREE NOBLE AND ANCIENT VARIETIES – PRIMITIVO, NERO DI TROIA AND NEGROAMARO – THIS REGION MATCHES A BREATH-TAKING LAND TO ITS GREAT ABILITY TO OFFER QUALITY WINES.
As already known, also Puglia originates high quality wines from local vine varieties. Primitivo di Manduria is the first among equals and an example is the multi-awarded “Papale Linea Oro” wine by Varvaglione1921.
Here follows the English translation of a brief quote of the Italian article published on the “BUSINESS PEOPLE” magazine of May 2017, including “Papale Linea Oro” and the Varvaglione1921 company:
<< There is a region, defined as the cellar of Europe and Italy for centuries where the wine culture dates back to Enotria times, land of ancestral wine. […] Puglia is the homeland of at least three ancient and esteemed red varieties as Primitivo, Nero di Troia and Negroamaro. […] Resounding success for Primitivo, […] with its powerful wild berries notes, that make it recognizable and inimitable. […] In this region, the Manduria area is particularly meaningful. The most significant wines we tasted include […] Papale Varvaglione 2014, honed and affected, Mediterranean, gentle, candied with strawberries and raspberries, pepper and spices. […] >>