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...

Twenty years ago, Luigi Rubino from Brindisi filled a few thousand bottles of wine. Today it is 1.3 million per year. The captain explains the unstoppable rise of the winemaker from Puglia. Read Full article -> here...

Vinitaly 2019. Celebrating the winery’s 20th harvest, the success of the Susumaniello Project and a newly restyled packaging for the Crus: all the latest news from Tenute Rubino at Verona’s wineexpo At Vinitaly 2019 , Tenute Rubino will celebrate an important milestone: 2019 is the year of the company’s twentieth harvest. As in the past editions, Tenute Rubino will attend this important wine fair and welcomes all visitors to Pavilion 11 (Puglia) corridor G3, to share its joy for the success of a wine-making project......

Puglia’s Promise Beyond Primitivo Remote, rugged, rural and not as sexy as its Italian counterparts in Sicily, Rome or Florence, Puglia has been somewhat of a wallflower. Read More...

The Brindisi-based winery flies to Düsseldorf to celebrate its first twenty vintages and a great performance in Germany and other Northern European markets. All the latest vintages, new eye-catching labels for the Crus and great scores received from Falstaff in its Primitivo Wine Trophy. Luigi Rubino: “Today’s wine lovers seek identity but also a fresh and contemporary drinking experience”. Brindisi – March 5th 2019. Prowein 2019, which will take place in March 17-19, marks the beginning of this year’s calendar of international wine fairs. Tenute......

A tuna steak paired with Tenute Rubino’s Oltremé in a new video-recipe brought to you by Pescaria’s Lucio Mele and Opera Food Attention and care, for one detail especially: cooking times. Whenever you try searing tuna at home it is easy too cook it too much or too little. To check if you got it right you must look at the meat: if it is red at the centre veering towards pink then you have yourself a prefect tuna steak. Likewise, if you want to......

In Opera Food’s new episode an irresistible encounter between land and sea: an Apulian octopus stew to be enjoyed with Visellio, Tenute Rubino’s monovarietal Cru made from Primitivo Were it not for the timeless charm of its baroque architecture, Lecce would well deserve a visit for its restaurants alone. This charming city in the area known as Salento offers all the authentic flavours of Puglia, thanks to generations of locals who have worked to preserve the area’s traditional cuisine. Locals and restaurateurs such as the......

Organized by Wine Academy Italia, the prestigious international wine qualification will be hosted in Puglia for the first time   To say wine is to say, above all, culture. As if studying a unique world encyclopaedia, learning about wine means coming to know about all the different areas of production, the numerous native varieties, different farming and winemaking practices and how each play a role in shaping the finished product. A vast and complex field that requires specific training for those who want to become......