Filippo Cassano decided to renew a long family tradition associated with agriculture and wine in 2003. us came into being Polvanera, whose name comes from the characteristic dark colouring of the terrain surrounding
the winery, dug out of the rock to a depth of around 8 metres. e wines are the best possible photo of an oenological Puglia, distinguished by its strong ties with tradition and territory and exalted by its re ned elegance.
The winery is situated in Murgia an extreme, karstic land but ideal for the cultivation of vines (around 25 hectares in all) and especially of the Primitivo grape variety. Here the altitude is high, from 300 to 450 metres, and the vines are lovingly cultivated according to the rules of organic agriculture.
The wines of Polvanera are a perfect combination of the potential oered by a fascinating, magical territory, traditional vines cultivated as trees, grapes typical of the area and the skilfull labour of a family dedicated to wine.
Strong, elegant and, above all, unique.