In 1991, the D’Agostino family merged with the local cooperative winery, creating Botromagno, the first successful example of a privately owned winery partnered with more than 100 local grape growers. The D’Agostino family has been able to foster a reliable and efficient synergy with the local farmers; based on strict standards for quality grape growing, they have rapidly become one of the finest wineries in Puglia.
Location of Vineyard
The winery is located in the town of Gravina in Puglia. The Gravina DOC, which is named after the town, is one of Puglia’s most important appellations.
The D’Agostinos have been the only ones to invest in the Gravina DOC, recovering the production of this white wine and rebuilding its reputation as an elegant and versatile wine. Today they are the only producers of the flavorful and refreshing Gravina, which is considered by many to be one of the most exciting whites from Southern Italy.
— acclaim for 2000 Botromagno Pier delle Vigne from International Wine Challenge of London, Jan 2005
— acclaim for 2000 Botromagno Gravisano from International Wine Challenge of London, Jan 2005
— acclaim for 2006 Botromagno Gravisano from Wine Advocate, Jun 2011