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First gems of grapevine were imported n Salento over three thousand years ago by ancient Greeks. ideal combination of soil, climate and wind promoted winemaking to flourish in the consequent centuries. Salento has always been famous for its full bodied tannic reds that turn more delicate with age. The dominance of large wine producers over the past few decades has seen Salento winemaking, that prides itself in conservative old time traditions, fall into the shadows of the better known areas of Italian wine production.fortunately, the current trend for good quality food, a gourmet experience rather than brand addiction, and a growing number of true wine experts has opened opportunities for the winemakers of Salento to offer their product to wider market.


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