Calabria Mountains and Sea, Natural Wine Italian Region, Primal Wine - primalwine.com
Italian Wine Regions

Calabria โ€“ Land of Wine

Geography of Calabria Calabria, located in Italy's southern extremity, possesses a viticultural lineage that resonates with connoisseurs keen on discerning genuine and integrative wine experiences. The region's geographical diversity, venerable vineyards, and myriad indigenous grape varietals underscore its appeal for oenophiles. Strategically positioned between the Ionian and Tyrrhenian Seas, Calabria's climatic conditions are enhanced by the montane landscapes of the...

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Puglia Trulli, Ancient Houses, Southern Italy, Blog, Natural Wine, Primal Wine - primalwine.com
Italian Wine Regions

Puglia Land of Wine

Pugliaโ€™s territory is long and thin, extending over Italyโ€™s southeastern corner of the boot - the โ€œheelโ€ of Italy. Picturesque beaches with crystalline water, stunning olive groves, rows of vineyards, limestone studded hamlets, and a pleasurable climate all year long contribute to Puglia's magical atmosphere. This southeastern jewel has been home to a plethora of occupants throughout centuries. The Greeks...

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Matera, beautiful city in Basilicata, Southern Italy, great city for natural wine - primalwine.com
Italian Wine Regions

Basilicata Land of Wine

Basilicata is located in Southern Italy and is characterized by ancient villages, green rolling hills, and views of the Ionian Sea. Basilicata is bounded by Campania to the west, Calabria to the south, and Puglia to the north and east. Basilicata is one of the smallest and least renowned regions in Italy, although in recent years its second-biggest city, Matera,...

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Sicily, Mount Etna, Taormina, Natural Wine, Organic Wine, Primal Wine - primalwine.com
Italian Wine Regions

Sicily Land of Wine

Sunbathing in the southernmost corner of Italy, Sicily or Sicilia in Italian, is a Mediterranean paradise rich with food, wine, culture, art, and history. Sicily is the largest Mediterranean island, making the picturesque beaches, turquoise waters, and dramatic mountains unmistakably breathtaking. The island is separated from the rest of Italy by the Strait of Messina, and spans 175 miles from...

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