Nero di Troia

Between history and legend it seems that this grape was brought to Puglia by the Greek hero Diomedes who, after the Trojan War, sailed up the Ofanto river bringing with him branches of this precious vine.

Many quotations refer to Frederick II of Swabia who loved to taste the "full-bodied wine of Troy" while staying in his residence in the Castle of Lucera.

Some begin instead its origin from the Spanish Rioja and therefore could have been planted in Puglia in the Aragonese period by the D'Avalos family.

The quality of the vine called Summariello has a cylindrical cluster with smaller berries.

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