Four Generations of Winemaking Heritage
Varvaglione 1921 is a winery in Puglia’s Salento region, run by Maria and Cosimo Varvaglione, with the help of their three children. The winery has four generations of tradition and experience and aims to utilize the gifted land in the best possible way to make quality wines. They believe in using the diverse local grape varieties at the right moment with the right techniques to make good wines. The company’s work revolves around the perfect combination of traditional values and modern, innovative technology and winemaking machinery.
Wines Bottled With Culture of Their Unique Terroir
The winemaker and owner of the winery, Cosimo Varvaglione, plays the fundamental role of the winemaker supported by his wife and children. He wants to share his vision with the whole world using his wine as a platform. The project of the winery is to bottle the culture of their unique terroir. The workers perform all activities in the vineyards with extra care and attention. Harvesting is done manually, and grapes are handpicked. There is constant research and use of control to make wines with perfection and high quality.
Regular Innovations for Quality
The clayey red soil and the mild climate offers top conditions for cultivating vines. Primitivo, Negroamaro, Malvasia, Fiano, Verdeca, Aglianico, Falanghina, Chardonnay, and Sauvignon are the grapes grown here. The best grapes are handpicked and further processed to make their exquisite red, white, rose, sparkling, and dessert wines. Family traditions, passion, and innovation are vital to the winery. Innovation in the land and quality of the wine are continuously monitored and improved for this reason.