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Gravina DOC

Gravina DOC is a small wine zone situated along the river Gravina in the western part of the Alta Murgia National Park in the province of Bari. The name 'gravina' is believed to derive from the Latin 'grava' which means “rock”, “shaft” or “erosion of bank riverrock”.

Right from the early times Gravina have been known for its wine production. Thus built the 'holy' Emperor Frederick II (1194-1250) his castle in the area and decided to call it 'Grana dat a vina' which means something like “it offers wheat and wine.”

Gravina produces a white wine, red wine, dessert wine and a Spumante.

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