Botromagno Vigneti Winery, on Gentle Hills with a View of the Blue Sea
Exposed to mesmerizing coasts, a beautiful sea, and a burst of bright sunshine, Botromagno Vigneti resides on the gentle hills of Murge, in Gravina, a charming city in Puglia. The vineyards, enjoying cool and temperate microclimate, along with a subsoil that is enriched with minerals, deliver high-quality grapes by practicing only organic farming methods. The estate produces wines by using their own indigenous vines of Apulian DOC regions.
A New Shape for the Old Winery
The story of Botromagno Vigneti Winery Cantine began in 1991 when the D’Agostino family purchased the old Cantina Sociale. They decided to convert the old wine shop into a full-fledged winery with historical roots. Today, Beniamino and Alberto, along with expert winemakers, have innovatively shaped the winery to produce delicious wines. With complete respect of nature and health of wine-lovers, the two brothers, have recovered the historical ampelographic heritage. The vineyards of Botromagno cover a total area of approximately 36.5 hectares where the owners grow a wide range of indigenous grapes, which includes fruity Primitivo, Greco, and Malvasia. The winery also cultivates top-class Nero Di Troia, Negroamaro, and Aglianico. In the cellar of Botromagno Vignetit, he owners produce top-quality red, white, and rosé wines in combination with delightful sparkling and dessert wines.
Explore a Region Full of History and Culture
Gravina – the city in which the winery locates, consists of various ancient monuments and medieval churches, and Alta Murgia Park, surrounded by a panoramic work of art. The guests can also relish diverse adventure activities, along with folklore and traditional events around the enchanting scenery of the Puglia Region.