Century Old Winemaking Technique
The Coppi winery history in winemaking goes back to more than 100 years, and for 40 years, they are making DOC Gioia del Colle and Negramaro wines. They own 100 hectares of vineyards between Salento to Southeastern Bari in Puglia. They have even rented another 100 hectares, and all work is done with proper care and attention in both the vineyards and the cellar. The winery began in 1882 through an Apulian winemaker. Antonio Coppi worked here in the 1960s and took over the winery in 1979.
Rediscovering Apulian Winemaking Traditions
He began transforming the winery and restoring the heritage and prestige of the Apulian winemaking traditions. It was still unknown and ignored among the Italian wine industry, and it was because of his hard work, determination, and sacrifice that these wines are now loved by wine enthusiasts and experts. After Antonio, his children kept the work flowing and have found ways to rediscover their rich territory and enhance the quality of their products. In their vineyards, Primitivo, Malvasia Blanca, Verdeca, Aleatico, Falanghina, and Malvasia Nera.
Certified ISO, Guaranteed Perfection
The natural conditions in the region lead to the growth of high-quality grapes required for high-level winemaking. The wines are born in vineyards of Salento, Gioia del Colle, Turi, etc. that are some of the region’s best. Coppi wines include white Malvasia, full-bodied DOC wines, fruity Negroamaro, and Spumante sparkling wine. The cellar has thermos-conditioning technology that monitors musts and wine storage. The final wines are certified ISO that guarantees the perfection and quality of the wines.