Inspired by the Greek god symbolising the day, the domain name Tenute di Eméra is a tribute to the ancient origin of the wine of the Salento area (sometimes called the land of light) in the province of Puglia in Italy.

Situated on the picturesque territory of Guagnano the Salice Salentino DOC appellation, the estate Tenute di Eméra spans over 30 hectares and enjoys a favourable climate for wine making. Based mainly on native grape varieties from Puglia such as Primitivo, Negroamaro or Malvasia, the wines of the estate Tenute di Eméra are characterised by high quality and a traditional and artisanal style of production that meets the highest demands of modern technology.

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Wines from Tenute di Eméra