From an environment of great charm and suggestion, Masseria Cuturi emerges as an ancient stone ship. It is in this environment that fine wines are produced from the masseria’s vineyards , and from the olive trees, many of which are centuries old, a decidedly superior quality oil is pressed.
In 1881 a landowner from Manduria, Don Tommaso Schiavoni-Tafuri, married Countess Sabina of Altamura. Don Tommaso planted the rootstocks of Primitivo brought as a dowry by his wife to Cuturi, on the farm he had taken over, and the fruits were beyond all expectations.
Primitivo di Manduria proved more alcoholic and full-bodied than other Apulian brethren and had great success in France as a blending wine when phylloxera destroyed the vineyards of Languedoc-Roussillon a few years later. Today the reborn Cuturi no longer produces blending wines, but a great, proud Italian wine destined for the most discerning tables.
Servizi per la vacanza outdoor
- Maps of searchable routes
- Hearty breakfast
- Provision of packed lunch
- Agreement with equipment and repair stores
- Secure bike storage space or ability to bring it to your room
- Bike tool kit
- Bike rental
Wine Primitivo Bosco di Cuturi – Primitivo Monte dei Diavoli – Fiano