Saturnino is back and it is time to get the party started! The new vintage will spirit you away to the sweetest Apulian summer, a kaleidoscope of memories that smell of sea breeze. Saturnino is one of Salento’s most sought-after rosé wines, the crowning gem of a tradition that Luigi Rubino has innovated by creating a dedicated production protocol. Only a few hours of contact of the skins with the must, to extract all the aromatic charge of the Negroamaro grapes. Saturnino is obtained from......

A new report from Monica Larner, esteemed contributor to the magazine founded by Robert Parker, enthusiastically celebrates the Cru of Luigi Rubino’s company. Varietal typicality and modern viticulture: this combination is the key to success. “Puglia is the clicking song of summer cicadas, the pungent smell of red earth and dry hay, the flickering shadows of wispy olive branches and the incandescent light that reflects off whitewashed villages”, with this arresting image Monica Larner, wine journalist and Italian reviewer for The Wine Advocate, introduces her......

Salende brings to mind a foreign traveller who, upon visiting Salento for the first time, falls in love with the region and chooses it as his home. A monovarietal Vermentino, this grape has found in the countryside of Brindisi a terroir that allows it to express unusual nuances – not unlike a caressing summer breeze, bringing back memories and emotions we had almost forgotten. The wine charms us with its pervading and vibrant energy, akin to the liveliness of the countryside surrounding the Uggìo estate......

A sunset rendezvous on the seafront of Jaddico, as the sun paints the sky pink and the sea breeze gently whispers through the vines. It is with this image in mind that we present to you our Torre Testa Rosato 2019, a rosé cru endowed with exceptional freshness, sapidity, persistence and a vibrant Mediterranean personality.  A wine able to express all the authenticity of a terroir made unique by its proximity the sea: Jaddico is, in fact, an estate devoted to maritime viticulture. After an......

A journey across Puglia’s viticultural history   From as early as the 1st century BC, the land that is now home to the vineyards of Jaddico and Marmorelle was at the heart of a thriving viticultural tradition. The Adriatic coastline has been a land of confluence, a cultural crossroad since ancient times, especially the stretch of land that runs from Brindisi to Santa Maria di Leuca, due to its strategic location and geographical conformation. On the shores of the Adriatic Sea, along the Brindisi coast......

Tenute Rubino on Go Out ! An article signed by Rayane M’ Zouri about Italian wines read full article here...

Three glasses for Oltremè 2018 for the fourth consecutive year, Gambero Rosso’s prestigious Vini d’Italia 2020 wine guide rewards the Susumaniello Project with its highest award for the year’s most innovative wines. Luigi Rubino: “Quality confirmed vintage after vintage, for a label supported by the growing appreciation of wine enthusiasts worldwide”. Brindisi, September 26, 2020 – Once again a prestigious wine guide rewards Tenute Rubino’s Susumaniello Project. For the fourth consecutive year, Gambero Rosso has awarded its coveted Three glasses for Oltremè 2018, including it......

The heart of Tenute Rubino’s “Susumaniello project”, Torre Testa receives Vitae’s Four Vines from the prestigious Italian Sommelier Association Brindisi – September 2019. From its beginnings in 2000, the Susumaniello project has been the heart of Luigi Rubino’s winemaking philosophy, the meeting point of tradition and innovation in an area, the countryside of Brindisi, known for its thousand-year old viticultural vocation. The native Susumaniello is in fact an authentic heirloom variety of the Salento region, one which Tenute Rubino has rescued from oblivion. The emblem......

Susumaniello is a grape varietal with a long history in Brindisi, Puglia.  An autochthonous varietal with little documented history, Susumaniello has become a passion project for the Rubino family.  The Rubino family first started making Susumaniello in the late 1990’s, and were the only ones reviving this ancient, rare and obscure varietal that was on its way to extinction. Read Full article here...