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Alberto Longo

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The Winery was created from an idea of Alberto Longo, a professional determined to match the love for his land with his passion for wine, to realize a project able to enhance the value of his native territory: “Daunia”. The Winery is located in Southern Italy and precisely in Lucera, in the North of Puglia, in the middle of an area rich in environmental and historical sites. This area, inhabited since Paleolithic times, witnessed between the 10th and 13th centuries BC, the development of the Daunian civilization, a people from the Agean, whose culture left many traces, like the anthropomorphic steles and other numerous archaeological finds. The area became a Roman province in the 3rd century BC and Lucera its main town, as can be inferred from the splendour of the remains of Roman buildings still present in the area. The advent of the Swabians in the 12th century AD and especially the love of their most important Emperor Frederick II for this land full of oaks, wild boars and foxes, which combine to create an ideal environment for hunting, made Daunia a privileged residence of the court at that time.
Alberto Longo website

Country:
Italy
Region:
Lucera
Market:
Texas
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Alberto Longo

Alberto Longo Image

The Winery was created from an idea of Alberto Longo, a professional determined to match the love for his land with his passion for wine, to realize a project able to enhance the value of his native territory: “Daunia”. The Winery is located in Southern Italy and precisely in Lucera, in the North of Puglia, in the middle of an area rich in environmental and historical sites. This area, inhabited since Paleolithic times, witnessed between the 10th and 13th centuries BC, the development of the Daunian civilization, a people from the Agean, whose culture left many traces, like the anthropomorphic steles and other numerous archaeological finds. The area became a Roman province in the 3rd century BC and Lucera its main town, as can be inferred from the splendour of the remains of Roman buildings still present in the area. The advent of the Swabians in the 12th century AD and especially the love of their most important Emperor Frederick II for this land full of oaks, wild boars and foxes, which combine to create an ideal environment for hunting, made Daunia a privileged residence of the court at that time.
Alberto Longo website