Pastinum', in Latin, was the hoe. And, by direct derivation, it also indicated the land destined for vines. Pàstino, on the other hand, is an ancient and difficult art that involves planting traditional vines in stone. Today, finally, the "i Pàstini" winery, in the heart of the Itria Valley, the land of trulli, represents the last line of defence of the ancient local traditions, fortunately combined with the most modern winemaking techniques. The result is a line of wines that represents the best of Apulian oenology. To do this, the company can count on grapes from the estate's vineyards, which lie in the heart of one of the most interesting areas of the region, between the towns of Locorotondo and Martina Franca. About 12 hectares in total, managed with passion by the Carparelli family. Among the vines grown are Verdeca, Bianco d'Alessano and Minutolo. White grape varieties that confirm the ancient viticultural vocation of our long "heel".