This tribute to regional identity – a key characteristic of Italy’s world-famous wine-growing heritage – is based on a classic concept. A millennial tradition and contemporary flavor come together in Masseria Supreno, a line named after the estate in Puglia where Alma harvests the region’s main grape varieties. Expertly blending them with international varieties enhances a result that is the fruit of a vision in which freedom of expression and the art of winemaking are elegantly combined.
Sangiovese, Italy’s most widespread indigenous grape, accompanies Merlot, a vibrant witness to Puglia’s velvety warmth. To complete the line, Primitivo and Negroamaro: both from Salento and vinified as pure varieties. Today, these two wines regarded as two of Puglia’s finest and most popular reds.