In the Apulia region, among the dry stone walls, the ancient manor farms and the olive tree groves full of history, Frisino’s farming business was born. Today all that this unique land offers is preserved, handled and collected as a ritual handed down over time and in the hands of Mario, Francesco and Flavia Frisino.
Frisinō Vineyards consist of 4200-4800 stumps/per hectare that allow us to obtain an excellent grapes quality. The plants are with typical guyot yield in espalier structure. Furthermore a particular clay and calcareous soil, with a good altitude of 330 m.a.m.s.l. ensure wines a good acidity, sapidity, freshness and elegance also thanks to a great temperature range at night. In terms of production, the last harvest 2019 has registered 70,000 bottles and the next one (harvest 2020) has been planned for about 110,000-120,000 bottles.