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Cupertinum Golden Star Vinibuoni Settantacinque riserva

The Golden Star at the Settantacinque Copertino Doc of Cupertinum

The Cupertinum, the historic winery from Copertino, has just received this announcement from the Vinibuoni d’Italia Guide of Italian Touring Club: “Dear President of Cupertinum, Ancient Winery in Salento, I […]

The Cupertinum Vineyard on the Castle: the first and only in the world!

The only and the first in the world! It is the Cupertinum Vineyard on Castello Angioino di Copertino A virtuous territorial and planetary circuit between quality production, culture and tourism, […]

Luciano Ferraro on Corriere della Sera writes of the Vineyard on the Castle!

Magnificent article by Luciano Ferraro on Corriere della Sera and on Divini.Corriere.it (here the link: http://divini.corriere.it/…/e-sopra-il-castello-spunto…/) dedicated to Cupertinum and our project “the Vineyard on Copertino Castle”. And over a […]

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Cupertinum Doc - Our Paper

 “Cupertinum doc. Il Cuore del Negroamaro” è il giornale che realizziamo ogni anno per valorizzare le connessioni tra territorio, cultura, viticoltura, ambiente, turismo, economia e per raccontare il nostro progetto qualitativo.

 

    

 

 

Awards and acknowledgments

The Cupertinum wines received many prizes and awards, both on international and national level, at contests, from various guides, journalists and experts. It can all be summed up in these two quotes: "This highest profile of Copertino Reserve embellishes a range of flawless wines with hints of true personality. The Cupertinum is among the most commendable wineries for its adherence to tradition and typicality". "The Wines of Cupertinum, without yielding to fads and easy tastes, represent the uniqueness of the territory and its varieties, and have an excellent quality value for the price" (SlowWine / SlowFood).
Francesco Trono - Cupertinum President

Vineyard on the Castle of Copertino

In 2013, Cupertinum proposed the project "Il Vigneto sul Castello" to the direction of Copertino Castle and the Superintendence for Architectural and Landscape Buildings of Lecce, which welcomed the project in an enthusiastic way ...