The Cantina Due Palme is a Puglian cooperative founded in 1989 in Cellino San Marco, in the province of Brindisi in the heart of upper Salento. At the heart of the project is Angelo Maci, who comes from a family of winegrowers and who has made the Cantina Due Palme one of the largest and most prolific cooperatives in Puglia and Southern Italy in general. Located in a triangle of land which surrounds the provinces of Brindisi, Taranto and Lecce, the estate of the Cantina Due Palme spans 5400 acres, 90% of which is covered by red grape varieties. Some of the native varieties grown include Negroamaro, Primitivo, Susumaniello, Aleatico, Fiano and Malvasia Nera, to name but a few. Thanks to the hard work of its more than 1000 members year after year, the cooperative has now become a symbol of the winemaking excellence of Puglia. With particular attention paid to the regional winemaking traditions and cutting-edge production facilities, the winery has managed to make its mark both nationally and internationally, as evidenced by - amongst others - the famous Selvarossa, which has been awarded the highest score by the Italian Gambero Rosso guide year after year since 2008.

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