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Our wine

Cantine Due Palme is equipped with an impressively modern cellar, housing several wooden vats, 5 crushers, horizontal rotary fermenters, French and American oak barriques; a hi-tech oenological laboratory has been set up to carry out chemical analysis on the wines at any phase of the winemaking process, to ensure thorough cleanliness and organoleptic stability. In 2013 a new bottling line was bought, producing 11.000 pieces, one of the biggest in Italy.

A distinctive feature that distinguishes Cantine Due Palme from other large-scaled Apulian wine producers is the resolution to safeguard and perpetuates the traditional ‘Alberello’ [bushvine] training-system, rigorously hand-pruned and dry-farmed.

In recent times, Angelo Maci and Cantine Due Palme have carried out two notable, praiseworthy viticultural projects: 1) the rediscovery, revaluation and massale propagation of Susumaniello, a rare, near-extinct red-berry variety native of Salento, once highly reputed in the region for yielding elegant, exotically spiced medium-bodied reds; 2) the reintroduction of ‘Settonce’, the ancient Roman pattern for planting a vineyard and optimize the geometrical surface of any given field, through the traditional ‘Alberello’ training-system (free-standing low bushvine).