The Province of Lecce (Italian: Provincia di Lecce) is a province in the Apulia region of Italy. Its capital is the city of Lecce, which is known as the Florence of the South. The province itself is called the "Heel of Italy". Included entirely in the Salento peninsula, it is the second most populous province in Apulia and the twenty-first in Italy.
Restaurants in Province of Lecce
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A visit to L'Astore Masseria means entering into the family home that has been in the family since 1935, the private home of Professor Achille Benegiamo, he was kind gentleman who shared with passion and devotion his home and his land. Surrounded by about 100 hectares of vineyards and olive groves, in Cutrofiano in the heart of the Italian heel nested equally between Gallipoli and Otranto, we will welcome you to stay in charming rooms which were converted from old stables, we will guide you though the history of oil, visiting our underground mill from the 1700's which is also one of the largest in Salento then into the underground wine cellar, the "wine Cathedral", where you will be intoxicated by the scents of the aging wines. L'Astore masseria, a multi-sensory experience.
We were on a trip in the South of Italy and were looking for a Masseria into which get to know more about the story of Puglia and the goods linked to it.. After looking a bit we found L'Astore, the road to go there is great, but the place is marvellous, classic italian farm, it seemed like a moment out of time. Claudia is a wonderful and passionate person that took us through the making of Olive Oil and Wine, the tasting was gorgeous, the products, out of this world! They can deliver any wine you might wanna buy to your home at a really fair price Now that I think of it, I need to order them another dozen bottles Could not recommend this place enough, next time we're going to Puglia, we'll be staying there
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"The Feudi di Guagnano winery" was founded by five young entrepreneurs who share a simple but ambitious plan: to save the Negroamaro vineyards abandoned by now elderly winemakers, no longer capable of cultivating the vines. That is why producing wine is, above all, an act of love for our territory, North Salento, historically one of the most important regions in Italy for viticulture.
We visited Feudi Di Guagnano on June 2019 through making a Wine route in South Italy. We were welcomed very warmly, we learned about the production proccess by visiting the production line and had a really great Tasting Experience!!!
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We were given a superb tasting by Fransesco who spoke excellent English and seemed to have a deep love for his work and Puglia.The wines were delicious. We would advice phoning to arrange a visit in advance.Thank you
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Azienda a 360’ produttori dal 1926 da ben tre generazioni , l’azienda produce vino ed olio extravergine d’oliva, non solo anche prodotti tipici pugliesi farina di grano.
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The Zacheo company was founded in 1921 as a family business, and it became Zacheo Oleovinicola GIZ LTD in 1980. In 1975 the first plant for the transformation of grapes into wine was set up and in 1979 the first pressure system plant was set up to press the olives and produce extra virgin olive oil. Currently, the Zacheo Company is engaged in the production and processing of grapes and olives and has a 5,000 square metre area in Carpignano Salentino, with other 2 sales points in Martano and in Maglie. It is located in an important wine making region and produces excellent wines: 30% of the grapes used are their own, while the remaining 70% are purchased from wine-growing areas of Salento: Negroamaro, Malvasia, Primitivo, Chardonnay and Trebbiano. The cultivation of the vineyards is carefully controlled, from pruning to ripeness, to harvest and finally to vinification. This takes place in stainless steel silos that are temperature-controlled. We also deliver to Italy and abroad.
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MOROS is a treasure-trove of emotions that unfold step by step. Art and industrial architecture come to life in this "boutique" winery that nourishes the senses. In the underground cellar, the Symposium Museum houses the most ancient secrets of wine and wine making.
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Santi Dimitri is a family owned wine estate with a tradition dating back to the 17th Century. We also specialize in the production of high quality extra virgin olive oil and gourmet products based on our “sustainable agriculture and low environmental impact” policy. We offer free daily wine tours (guided tastings available on request).
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