Càla is a Verdeca del Salento wine – an Apulian local variety, one of the oldest.
“Verdeca” is considered to have been introduced into Italy by the Greeks, as often happened for other Ionian varieties.

As we usually do, the name Càla itself is a tribute to the beauties of our land, Puglia.
It’s no coincidence that Càla means “cove”, and Puglia is particularly rich of coves.

The colour of Càla is yellow with green hints. Both the elegance and the perfect balance of this Verdeca wine set it apart.
The bouquet of Càla is reminiscent of white flowers. On the palate, its mineral features and its citrus aftertaste are clearly perceivable.

It is perfect to match with sea food and raw fish, as well as with summer salads and fish in salt.

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