Search for a beautiful wine tasted at home....brought us to Puglia and the delightful Vetrère vineyard.

We had ordered ‘Cre’ white wine from our dealer in the UK...a beautiful, deep, buttery wine. By being on holiday at Alberobello in a trulli we were too close not to pay a was a delightful experience overseen by co owner Anna.Maria. We ended up ordering 4 cases, following a real experience of a tasting (mostly to my wife’s benefit!). We sampled the ‘Barone Pazzo’ red, a lovely deep and full bodied wine and the ‘VT’ white (similar to Cre) together with the ‘Taranta’ rosé. Having convinced Anna that it was much cheaper to buy directly from the vineyard...including carriage! She was more than happy to arrange the order. The location and surrounds are stunning and reminded us of champagne in March. The tasting was €20 and that included taking the three bottles away with us to consume later.
The Cre and VT are probably the nicest whites we have ever tasted...but you make your mind up.
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Taranto, Taranto (Salento)
1 Hour 30 Minutes
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About Winery and Wines

A farm - nowadays more than ever, in the global village - is both a stronghold and an ambassador of its territory. The philosophy of the farm is part of a broader ecosystem made of environment, quality and culture. Vetrère has chosen the path of clean energy and is able to fulfill its energy needs in complete autonomy. The electricity is produced by solar panels that cover the cellar and the offices, and by the generosity of Puglia’s sun. A biomass boiler generates the heat that serves the estate: the grape seeds are dried naturally in the summer in order to be the natural fuel during winter. We believe that a farm should be the first ally of Nature, a generous Mother that - if respected - knows how to repay with the quality of its fruits, which are, first of all, foods of life.