The Palamà Winery is a small family estate located in the Apulia region of southern Italy. Established by Arcangelo Palama in 1936, the winery is now on its third generation of winemakers. Arcangelo’s son, Cosimo (known as Ninì) took over in 1988; the wines are crafted from varieties indigenous to the region and are celebrated for the expressive and robust character they exhibit.
The vines for Albarossa are grown on the espalier trellising system. Grapes are harvested by hand, selecting only the bunches of highest quality. Fermentation occurs in stainless steel at a controlled temperature; yeasts are carefully selected to enhance the wines freshness and fruit quality.