Primitivo Puglia IGT Piedalto

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Primitivo Puglia IGT Piedalto


  • Designation: IGT
  • Producer: Perrini
  • Year: 2019
  • ABV: 13%
  • Grape: 100% Primitivo
  • Region: Apulia - Puglia
  • Size: 75cl
A deep ruby red colour, Piedalto Primitivo reveals on the nose aromas of red fruit and bitter cherry, while on the palate this southern wine is surprisingly elegant, fruity, and intense offering a pleasant long finish
Ideal tasting temperature: 16°
An intense ruby red wine, organic and vegan , the Primitivo Puglia has a bouquet of red fruit and bitter cherry, with elegant spice, intense and refined fruity palate, with a good finish
It is grown in the Salento region of Puglia, on a south facing hill, where the climate is mostly warm and arid.

The vineyard is located on a hill on the sea front, at an altitude of 50 - 280 mt. above sea level.
The growing method is guyot with a production of ql 50 – 65 per hectare. The manual harvest is between August and September, from vines that are 20-25 years old.
Vinification is without grape stalks and on skins with 12 - 14 days controlled temperature
Wine ageing is in steel tanks and refined in bottle  in underground wine cellar.
Why not try the Piedalto Primitivo with some excellent food at Cucina di Vincenzo?


The PERRINI Organic Vine & Wines estate extend for 50 hectares where it  produces elegant and high quality wines, in complete respect of health and environment. They are a hard working family, on the generous and sunny land of Apulia, where they passionately preserve the culture of tradition.

The estate is located in Castellaneta, also known as Rudolph Valentino’s native town (the myth of mute cinema), in the Salento Territory, by the Jonio Sea, and in the heart of Mediterranean.

It is a strategic position between sea and hillside, where “terroir” is propitious to agriculture, where vines and olives have been grown for centuries.  It is a land full of treasures and historical sites like cliff -caved grottos, Aragon’s Castles, Romans Cathedrals and churches, Alberobello’s Trulli, and the “Sassi” in Matera.

Production areas for the Perrini wines are located in very different terroirs, carefully selected, some on hilly fresh soils on karstic “Murgia” others on lower red and warm soils nearby the sea.

From the Vineyard to the bottle, the entire production is carefully followed by the family. From the planting of the seedlings in the soil, the growing, developing, the grape’s selection, the manual harvest, and vinification on skins with controlled temperature, soft pressing, natural decanting, and ageing in underground caves, to the bottling and packaging for commercialization.



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