Moscato di Trani

Moscato di Trani is a rare Moscato produced in the commune of Trani in Apulia. It was once customary to refer, in Milanese dialect, to “un trani” when an inn or tavern was meant. The term was a reference to the Apulian port from which wines were extensively exported. Also known as Moscato Reale.

The tradition of exporting fine wines is quite ancient and has always been a flourishing activity on the eastern coast of Apulia.

The wine is produced with Moscato Bianco grapes known locally as Moscato di Trani or Moscato Reale.

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