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Puglia is well-known for its wines, so while you're in the Martina Franca area, stop by and sample the vintages at Ionis winery.
The wines of Puglia are said to date back to the arrival of Greeks, so one just might be able to justify a wine tasting as a history lesson, right?
With a dining room in a wine cave, there's an alluring and unusual atmosphere along with your meal!
This wine shop in Monopoli is a great find for those who want to try one of the many regional vintages or a craft beer.
A casual place for drinks and snacks or a light lunch, it's popular with locals and travelers alike.
Enjoy a glass of Salento wine with appetizers made from regional products.
A nice wine bar near the church of Santa Croce, you'll find knowledgeable and English-speaking staff who will help you choose among the offerings of Salento wines to taste.
One of Puglia's excellent family wineries that uses the area's heritage grapes to create excellent vintages.
In the historic center of Nardo', this hip and happening place is a nice spot to taste local wine accompanied by nibbles, or enjoy the abundant appetizer buffet with offerings made from fresh, local ingredients.
A family winery in the Salento, Michele Calo' and Sons produce some of Puglia's classic wines.
Sample some of the area's vintages at the Semeraro winery tasting room.
The Puglia region accounts for 17% of Italy's wine production, making it "the California of the peninsula" when it comes to numbers of bottles produced.
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