Colori d’Italia Trebbiano, Pasqua, Puglia, NV

Lemon coloured with a nose of ripe peach and pear fruit. The palate is dry, soft and fruity, with a refreshing finish.

Grape Variety: Trebbiano

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Colori d’Italia Trebbiano, Pasqua, Puglia, NV

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Lemon coloured with a nose of ripe peach and pear fruit. The palate is dry, soft and fruity, with a refreshing finish.

Grape Variety

Trebbiano

Regional Information

Puglia (Apulia to many English speakers) is a long, thin wine region in the far south-eastern corner of the ‘boot’ of Italy. To continue the footwear analogy often used to illustrate Italy’s shape, Puglia runs from the very point of the heel to just below mid-calf height, where the ‘spur’ of the Gargano Peninsula juts out into the Adriatic Sea. The heel (the Salento Peninsula) occupies the southern half of the region, and is of great significance to Puglia’s identity.

The one factor which unites northern and southern Puglia is the choice of crops grown: olives and grapes, in that order. The region is responsible for almost half of Italy’s total olive-oil production and has a long-held reputation as a prolific source of (mostly red) wine.

In terms of terroir, Puglia has a formidable array of natural tools to help encourage prolific vine growth. The hot Mediterranean climate, persistent sunshine and occasional sea breezes make for a near-perfect environment for viticulture.

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