Vineyards themselves narrate in detail this new and
exciting quality wine-making job.
The assortment of wines bored from the vineyard, 60
hectares wide espalier planted, is the evidence of the strong wine
vocation in this land.
Native species of grapevine such as Moscato Reale di
Trani (Trani's Royal Muscadet), Bombino Nero (Black Bombino), Bombino
Bianco (White Bombino) and uva di Troia (Troy Grapes) take place side by
side to grapevines with strong personality such as Fiano, Falanghina,
Aglianico and Primitivo without ignoring international grapevines such
as Chardonnay, Merlot and Syrah.
Fiano, main point and well known grapevine in Puglia
since the Imperial Rome, is surely in a position to produce wines of
complexity and structure that agrees deep and durable evolution,
provided the wine-making process is performed without doing oenological
acrobatics but, inside out, being careful to the grapevine's
characteristic as well as to the land's ones.
Falanghina, this surprising and extraordinary grapevine
marks a new supremacy between the high quality White Wines of the
South-East Coast. This grapevine founds into the Schinosa farm a perfect
land and the right micro-climate to express the best of its features:
Exciting example of modern drinking.
Aglianico is a grapevine of ancient growing into the Southern Italy and
in Puglia was cultivated into the oldies vineyards: This prestigious
grapevine covers a relevant place into the regional high quality
Uva di Troia (Troy Grapes) is the oldest and the most characteristic red
grapevine between the native species in the middle north of our region.
Takes place of origin in Asia Minor, Troy, and has been planted in
Puglia during the Hellenic colonization.
Such variety, applied to the highest level of oenologist
technologies, actually become able to be compared to the best national
and international wine productions.