Uva di Troia

Blended with other Puglian varieties to give them finesse and freshness. Medium bodied; high in acid. Refined tannins. Aromas & flavors: Red cherry, red currant, black pepper, tobacco, underbrush.

In a nutshell

Alternative Names and Subvarieties: Nero di Troia, Sommarrello, Sumarello

Best Known For: Castel del Monte

Where Grown: Almost exclusively in Puglia (98%)


Vineyard Area: 2,572 ha (6,354 acres)

Denominations that use this grape variety

Majority Component in One or More Wines of:

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