Gravina_Botromagno Winery_Puglia

Botromagno, a family winery in Gravina, Puglia

Discover more about Beniamino, Alberto D’Agostino, and Botromagno Winery Botromagno winery is situated in Gravina in the Murgie area in Puglia. The Murgie area is actually the only part of Puglia with rolling hills at an altitude of 400 to 600 meters above sea level. Gravina is a small town with a long history to … Read more

Sparkling Wines

40 Years of Jazzy Sparkling Wines at D’Araprì Winery

When I got invited by D’Araprì winery to their 40th-anniversary party I said yes straight away. Who wouldn’t accept on the spot, right? Even if it is a bit far to Puglia and just for a few days. Well, at least for me there was no doubt. Also, because the invitation came from my friends at … Read more

Puglia

Enjoying Radici del Sud in Puglia Under the Radar

After a looong break from getting any article out, I am sorry for that but it has been a very busy month with work, I am finally getting back to writing. I hope you remember me 🙂 and that you will come back and read about my wine – and beer – adventures. So, I … Read more

A Rosé Wine Fit For Valentine’s Day – Il Melograno

What could be more romantic than sipping on the rosé wine Il Melograno today on Valentine’s Day? Today is a day all about connections and relationships with other people. Here I will, of course, talk about wine relationships mostly. 🙂 Sometimes things just click with people, right? And you feel like you have known people … Read more

Wineries with a long History and Tradition in Puglia

Puglia is all around me – just to paraphrase the expression “Love is all around us” from the very Christmassy film Love Actually. Lately, it really feels like I am surrounded by the culture, traditions, food, and wine of Puglia. This is, of course, a positive thing, so I am not complaining. 🙂 Last summer, … Read more

Nero di Troia

Nero di Troia – A Wine Worthy of Greek Gods at #Radicidelsud2017 in Puglia

Uva di Troia or Nero di Troia is a wine worthy of Greek gods that I tasted a lot of at #Radicidelsud2017 in Puglia. It is a trendy grape variety and wine nowadays. Or perhaps trendy is not the right word, rather it has reached the level of being one of the more well-known wines … Read more

3 Wine Tasting Themes: Part 2

3 Southern Wine Tasting Themes: Part 2

So this article is even more overdue than the last one about me and Nadia Padrin’s wine impressions at Vinitaly 2016 back in April. However, I have not had much time to write articles during the last couple of weeks due to work, so I will try and make up for it all now. In … Read more

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