There are many native Italian varietals and they never cease to amaze. In the region of Puglia, the time has come for Susumaniello, which has successfully been cultivated in Salento by Tenute Rubino. 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


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


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