OTTAVIANELLO

Known in France as Cinsaut, Ottavianello originated in all likelihood in Campania, in the Ottaviano area of the province of Naples, and was then introduced into Puglia, the province of Brindisi, by Marchese di Bugnano di San Vito dei Normanni in the .latter half of the 19th century. The cluster is medium-sized, long and pyramidal, non-winged and fairly compact; the purplish berry is delicate with heavy bloom. Today, Ottavianello has a strong bond with the Brindisi area, where, though not widely planted, it a primary variety in the Ostuni DOP; it is also included in numerous Salento DOPs, where it blends well with Negroamaro and Primitivo.

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