Trullo di Pezza can now count on about 32 hectares of vineyards, distributed in the vicinity of the Torricella winery, as well as in the territories of Maruggio, Lizzano and Manduria. We are in the province of Taranto, in the heart of green Apulia. It is no coincidence that the region's main grape variety, Primitivo, accounts for the largest area of production. But there is also room for Negroamaro, Fiano, Aglianico and Susumaniello. The vines take root in the much-vaunted 'red earth' of Salento, on a plateau dotted with centuries-old olive trees, not far from the sea. Here winters are mild and summers decidedly hot. The vineyard is tended organically, using natural products and, only in cases of extreme drought, emergency irrigation is used. The production heart of Trullo di Pezza is located in the farm of the same name. Here the entire winemaking process takes place outdoors, in an area of two thousand square metres, well harmonised with the surrounding greenery.