The Tenuta Viglione winery has its origins in the ancient farming and wine-growing traditions of the Zullo family, which, driven by a desire to enhance the enormous wine-growing potential of the area between the municipalities of Gioia del Colle and Santeramo in Colle, has been producing quality wines in these areas for decades. Puglia is the heel of the Boot. It is a land projected into the Mediterranean, a bridge to the East. Every year it is among the top regions in Italy for the production of wine grapes. The Murge is a sub-region defined by a karst plateau in the centre of Puglia. The hilly terrain, with an altitude between 300 and 500 metres, is clayey-calcareous and rich in minerals. The discovery of numerous marine fossils testifies to its ancient origins. The microclimate is mild, with temperature fluctuations even around 20 °C in the period before the grape harvest. These characteristics make it an ideal habitat for vines.
Pebbly soil on a calcareous base. Exposure to the South West, altitude 380 m. Year of planting: 2012. Guyot training system. 4,000 plants per hectare, yield of 14,000 kg per hectare. Harvest in late August and second ten days of September, mechanical harvesting. Alcoholic fermentation first in steel and second half in barrique.
White organic wine with a nine evocative of hints and aromas of herbaceous notes typical of the Apulian Murgia. Very fine on the palate.
Recommended serving temperature: 8° — 10°C
It goes perfectly with fish.