Italy – Coppi

“Cantine Coppi” was born in Turi, next to Bari, and is 450 metres above sea level in an area that goes by the name of “Agro del Marchesato” after the Marquises Venusio who reigned over there from 1752 to 1938. “Cantine Coppi” is named after the oenologist Antonio Coppi, who in 1960 took an ancient wine industry (dating back to the nineteenth century) and changed it into an advanced winery to become a leader in the region. Coppi makes wine from a range of southern Italian grape varieties including Primitivo, Malvasia Nera, and Negroamaro.

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Ontario – Private Stock Order,  Manitoba