How Many Wineries Can You Visit In a Day In Puglia?
If you take a look at a Puglia wine map, you’ll see that there are quite a few different establishments that you could check out on your vacation. From the Salento vineyards, to those in Murgia; there are some absolutely fantastic places to go on your Puglia wine tours.
With the fantastic wineries and so much more to enjoy, there’s no doubt that vacations in Puglia have the potential to be breathtaking. If you’re hoping to make the most out of your Italian getaways, it’s safe to say that Puglia is a great candidate.
How many wineries could you visit in just a day?
While you may not be able to see them all during your stay, you’ll have the opportunity to visit a few vineyards in Puglia. In the space of a day, you could probably fit in 3 to 5 winery visits and still have a leisurely trip. You could perhaps even fit in a few more stops if you rush yourself, but it’s far more worthwhile to take your time to enjoy the beauty of these destinations.
If you want the best wine tasting Puglia has to offer, we’d advise you to consider visiting wineries like:
- Cantine del Macchiatello
- Coppi Casa Vinicola
- L’Acropoli di Puglia
- Tenute Rubino
- Terre di San Vito
Top 5 wine areas of Puglia
Each part of Puglia has something special to offer its visitors, which is why it’s such a spectacular destination. There are several territories in this region that have incredible wineries and the perfect conditions to produce exquisite wines – and these areas in particular should be on your list of places to go during your stay.
For anyone who wants to enjoy the best wine tour Puglia has to offer, you can’t miss the opportunity to pay a visit to any of these destinations during your stay.
Located in the northernmost part of Puglia is an area commonly known as Subappennino Dauno. Alongside stunning scenery, you’ll find some of the region’s best wines here, such as Nero di Troia and Montepulicano.
Gargano is another breathtaking location in the northern side of the region. While most famous for having some of the best hiking Puglia Italy has to offer, there are some fantastic wines produced here, too. We’d suggest that you try bottles like Bombino nero and Bombino bianco.
- Itria Valley
Itria Valley is home to the most authentic Puglian landscape and is the perfect place to see the traditional beauty of the region. Of course, there’s also the wineries and vineyards here, which produce bottles such as Bianco d’Alessano, Fiano Minutolo, and Susumaniello.
Located between Bari and Tarato are Manduria and Gioia del Colle; two of the most interesting wine territories in Puglia. With their beautiful traditional architecture and array of delicious bottles (especially the sweet Moscato di Trani wine and Primitivo vines), this is the perfect place for any wine lover.
In the south, right on the heel of the boot of Italy, you’ll find Salento. With some of the region’s most famous wines (such as Negroamaro and Primitivo) and some excellent wineries to explore, Salento is a must-visit for anyone who considers themselves to be a wine connoisseur.
If you really want to visit as many wineries as you can during your Puglian adventure, it might be a good idea to stay close to these territories.
Interested in the best wine tours in Puglia?
If you’re thinking of booking a vacation to Puglia in 2020 and exploring the region and all it has to offer, you may want to take a look at what our team here at Travel Puglia provide on our trips. Not only will you have the chance to try some fantastic wines at traditional eateries, but we’ll also take you around the region and show you the beauty that’s on offer; from the Puglian lifestyle, to the incredible food. Essentially, on our tours around Puglia, we want to show you why this location is so fantastic.
To find out more about our Puglia wine tour packages and other small group tours of Puglia, be sure to get in touch with our team.