In Manduria, in the province of Taranto, a Venetian family decided to fulfil her dream.
It is the Rossi Chauvenet family, owner of the “Amarone della Valpolicella” .
The chosen place is Masseria Cuturi, a 270 hectares estate founded by Schiavoni Tafuri family in 1881. The estate includes a port of Li Cuturi wood, planted by Federico II of Svevia in 1100, an archeologic zone of Messapica and the “Monte dei Diavoli” mount.
More than 30 hectares are used to grow Primitivo, Negramaro and Fiano.
Tumà is the Primitivo of the Company.