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Balancing Tradition with Innovation: The Evolution of Paololeo Cantine



Located in the historic wine regions of Salice Salentino and Primitivo di Manduria, Paololeo Cantine exemplifies the perfect balance between the rich traditions of Italian winemaking and modern technological advancements. At Wine Affairs, a notable wine distributor on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, we are proud to highlight Paololeo Cantine as a prime example of the synthesis between past and future in the wine industry.


Innovative Facilities and Rich History


Paololeo Cantine spans a remarkable area of approximately 35,000 square meters. The original winery in San Donaci lies at the heart of the Salice Salentino DOC, steeped in tradition and local lore. In contrast, the newest facility, inaugurated in August 2020 near the gates of the Primitivo di Manduria DOC in Monteparano, represents the cutting edge of wine technology. Equipped with state-of-the-art vinification systems, a vast aging cellar, and an advanced bottling line capable of processing up to 7,000 bottles per hour, Paololeo Cantine is poised at the forefront of efficiency and quality.


Sustainable Practices and Commitment to Excellence


Complementing their winemaking facilities, Paololeo Cantine’s agricultural operations include over 70 hectares of land and a historic masseria dating back to the 1500s, surrounded by vineyards. This blend of ancient heritage and modern practices underscores their commitment to sustainability and excellence, preserving the environmental integrity while enhancing the quality of their wines.


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At Wine Affairs, we are dedicated to expanding our partnerships with wine distributors who share our commitment to organic and sustainable winemaking practices. We are also actively seeking passionate wine professionals and salespeople to join our team, who are eager to contribute to the thriving wine distribution industry.

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