Vetrère- Winery located in the Taranto area of Puglia which is run by the Bruni sisters
The Vetrère wine company present in the Taranto area of Puglia is run by the Bruni sisters, Francesca and Annamaria, who took over the family with the same dedication and passion as their ancestors. The winery has a long history and mixes the age-old traditions with modern ideas to make high-quality wines. The company was first owned by the Troilo family and then the Ammazzalorsa family. In 1903, Michele married Serafina Troilo, and the possession of the wine estate was left to Enrico Bruni.
Winery using Renewable Resources
Vetrère wine is obtained according to the laws of nature: a happy synthesis between the authentic identity of a territory, its history, and the universal passion for the nectar of Bacchus. They have respect for the environment and make use of renewable resources.
Solar panels are present to produce electricity, and biomass boiler generates heat for the estate.
The care offered to the vines and grapes gives all the Bacchus shades to Vetrère wines: the noble red wines, the sweet white ones, and the fine rosé ones. The labels result from the cultivation of indigenous varieties of grapes: Negroamaro, Primitivo, and Malvasia for the red wines; Minutolo and Chardonnay for the white wines.
The wine cellar is ancient and is made of tufa stone. The temperature and humidity are controlled for the proper fermentation and ageing of wines. The highly refined wines Lago Della Pergola and Barone Pazzo refine for twelve months in French oak barrels. The use of great technology and passion helps them to make superior wines that are loved by their customers.