Cantine Due Palme
Founded in 1989, Cantine Due Palme is located in southern Italy. It is in the third generation of a family of winemakers who inherited the family winery and invested passion and love into the land. They have become a leader in producing the most typical varieties in Salento, combining tradition and high technology. The production stages, from the cellar to the bottling line, are guaranteed by meticulous quality controls. The back label wines by Cantine Due Palme states: “integralmente prodotto” (estate bottled). This label ensures the wine is traceable and made in a high-quality local tradition. Most of the wine they produce is Negroamaro, Malvasia Nera, Primitivo, and Susumaniello, but they also offer a range of other wines.
Thanks to their strategic vision and attentive practices in the vineyards and the cellars, they have built a solid and credible reputation, producing wines that delight the public and critics. The winery uses a traditional bush vine cultivation method that produces very concentrated and complex fruits. Cantine Due Palme symbolizes excellence in Apulia, an essential testament to the territory, history, and culture. Immersed in an atmosphere of passion, enthusiasm, and pride in its products, it has established itself successfully in Italian and foreign markets, assisted by an annual production of about 17 million bottles, thus playing a role in the internationalization of Italian wines.