It is Puglia that expresses itself through its native grape varieties and the territorial variations of international vines; it’s a story that speaks of Negroamaro, recounts Primitivo, evokes Susumaniello, narrates Bianco d’Alessano, Verdeca, and welcomes Chardonnay.

These are the grape varieties that compose the Marmorelle collection, coupled with representations derived from the symbolism of the trulli of Alberobello in Puglia, recognized as UNESCO World Heritage.

These ‘signs’ made with lime were placed on the ‘pinnacles’ by farming families, and they can still be found there today. Not simple decorations or ornaments, but auspicious and magical elements capable of influencing the course of events. Each bottle creates a connection between two times, past and present, where those who choose the wine can recognize themselves and adapt profound meanings according to the occasion.