This wine is made by Alberto Antonini from the Uva di Troia (also known as Nero di Troia) grape that is grown around Canosa di Puglia. The name attests to its Greek origins (Troy), though it is said to take its name from the nearby town of Troia, named by the Greek invader Diomedes. The grapes are grown in a 30 hectare old vineyard with bush-trained vines which give fruit of outstanding quality. Alberto uses just a little oak on the wine to emphasise and preserve the fruit.

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