Maybe the highest honour we could have ever desired to receive. Our Fatalone Organic Wines selected in the 7th edition, the latest, of the World Atlas of Wine by Jancis Robinson and Hugh Johnson: the most comprehensive and in-depth overview of the wines and the geographical areas of wine production from all over the world edited by the two most renowned and respected opinion leaders in the wine journalism world. Our Fatalone Primitivo Riserva was selected among the four most representative wines of Southern Italy with the assertion: “one of Puglia’s most consistently complex Primitivos”. The organic and 100% sustainable Fatalone winery is also particularly proud to have been mentioned among the most “notable producers” from Puglia and the only “notable producer” in our appellation area: the D.O.C. Gioia del Colle.
Decanter Magazine, October 2021, awards Primitivo Fatalone Riserva 94 points
Our organic Gioia del Colle DOC Primitivo Riserva Fatalone 2018 was recently featured in the prestigious and internationally renowned, Decanter Magazine, October 2021 edition. Our Riserva Fatalone 2018 was awarded a top score: 94 points.
Alessandra Piubello, a talented wine journalist, writes about “Top 20 Puglian Primitivo”. Only twenty wineries are featured, all of them representing excellent wines in our region. When describing the appellation Gioia del Colle DOC, Piubello states: “Here, the Primitivo expresses a particular style: elegant, fresh, savoury and cellarworthy.” In the article, our Primitivo Riserva Fatalone was described as “emblematic of its variety and terroir” and “astoundingly beautiful”.
Undoubtedly, we are honored to have been included in the list and specially proud to represent our territory and the Gioia del Colle DOC.
I Vini di Veronelli 2022 Guida Oro: 94 points and Three Golden Stars for Fatalone Riserva 2018
The new edition of the “I Vini di Veronelli” Gold Wine Guide 2022 was presented in Mantova on November 12th. More than 16,000 wines were submitted for tasting representing wineries from all over Italy.
Out of more than 16,000 wines, only 399 wines received the Three Golden Stars this year. To receive this prestigious recognition, the wine must achieve a rating of at least 94/100. According to the wine guide, this year’s “Tre Stelle Oro” or Three Golden Stars represent the best vines and wines in all of Italy. We are proud and honored to be part of the Tre Stelle Oro with our own organic Gioia del Colle DOC Primitivo Riserva Fatalone 2018.
Slow Wine 2022- Fatalone Riserva Top Wine and Vino Slow
Our organic Gioia del Colle DOC Primitivo Riserva Fatalone 2018 has been granted the prestigious recognitions of Top Wine and Vino Slow 2022 by Slow Wine. We have been present in this International Wine Guide for several years now. Nonetheless, we are grateful and honored to receive this acknowledgment. We work hard to produce wines that embody the characteristics of a “Slow Wine”, organic wines representative of their territory, with no use of chemicals in the vineyards and, as always, wines with a great quality-price ratio.
ViniBuoni D’Italia 2021 awards Riserva Fatalone 2017 its prestigious Crown
The wine guide ViniBuoni d’Italia 2021 awarded our Gioia del Colle DOC Primitivo Riserva Fatalone 2017 its prestigious Crown: the maximum recognition awarded by the guide to Excellent Wines. Our Puglia IGT Primitivo Fatalone “Teres” 2019 and Fatalone “Spinomarino” 2019 also received top scores.
ViniBuoni 2021 is a wine guide by the Touring Club Italiano edited by Mario Busso and Alessandro Scorsone. It reviews wine obtained from autochthonous grape varieties from all over Italy. Following this criteria, the number of wines it reviews remains limited. We are honored to have been selected in this wine guide for a number of years now.
Gioia del Colle DOC Primitivo Riserva Fatalone 2017
Score 4 STARS and Crown
Puglia IGT Primitivo Fatalone “Teres” 2019
Score 4 STARS
Puglia IGT Greco Fatalone “Bianco Spinomarino” 2019
Score 3 STARS
Wine Revolution by Jane Anson. Fatalone Riserva among the Best 250 Natural Wines of the World
We are excited and proud to see our Fatalone Gioia del Colle DOC Primitivo Riserva 2011 in Jane Anson’s recently published book, Wine Revolution: The World’s Best Organic, Biodynamic & Natural Wines, among the best 250 hand-crafted wines from all over the world. Jane Anson is an award-winning wine expert, author and contributing editor of Decanter magazine. Her book, Wine Revolution, “details 250 hand-crafted wines from a rigorous selection of artisan, eco-friendly wineries”.
Fatalone organic wines on WineTourism.com
Our winery was featured in vinjournalen.se
We have been a part of winetourism.com and listed our winery on their website for visitors to view and choose the tours they can be a part of Az. Agr. Petrera Pasquale Di Orfino Rosa.
We recently collaborated with them again on a new project where our winery was featured on the Vinjournalen.se, a Swedish wine magazine. Vinjournalen.se is the one stop shop for all the information regarding wines, food pairings and in general, educate people of Sweden about wines from all around the world.
The article talks about the beautiful wine region of Puglia and we are extremely delighted to have our winery represent our beautiful region. Please check out the original article with the title, Puglia – En av de bästa vinregionerna i Italien – Din insider guide till vingårderna
The wine region of Puglia is a beautiful part of our country and has a very rich culture, beautiful tourist destinations and unique culinary diversity. If you are planning to visit Puglia soon, check everything you need to know about our beautiful region.
While you are here, also come and visit Az. Agr. Petrera Pasquale Di Orfino Rosa. We have various tours and tastings available and you can be a part of a wonderful wine experience. For more information about the winery visit itinerary, please visit the experience page of our winery.
Wine tasting and winery tour of Petrera Pasquale
Slow Wine 2020
Our Gioia del Colle DOC Primitivo Fatalone 2017 has been granted the prestigious recognition of Slow Wine 2020. Although we have been been present in this International Wine guide for some years now, we are always grateful and honored to receive this recognition. We strive to produce wines that embody the characteristics of “Slow Wine”–organic wines representative of their territory, with no use of chemicals in the vineyards and, to top it off, wines with a great quality-price ratio.
Silver Medal for Fatalone Primitivo Riserva 2015 at Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2019
Our organic Fatalone Gioia del Colle DOC Primitivo Riserva 2015 was awarded with the Silver Medal at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2019. We are very proud of this recognition as the validity and rigor of their assessment is recognized worldwide.
The Concours Mondial de Bruxelles, as its title suggests, is an international wine competition in which wines are assessed by an equally international tasting panel that includes oenologists, journalists, wine critics, researchers and buyers.
The Feiring Line: “Primitivo Don’t Age: Meet Fabulous Fatalone”
In November 2018 in New York City, we carried out the 30th anniversary historic vertical tasting of our Fatalone Gioia del Colle DOC Primitivo Riserva dating back to 1988. During the tasting, we surprised our guests with two bottles of Primitivo bottled by our grandparents, one from 1977 and the other from 1969 before the creation of our brand name, Fatalone.
This extraordinary event was made possible with the help of our importers in NYC and the talented Ms. Alice Feiring, an award-winning wine writer specializing in natural wines and creator of The Feiring Line. Alice recently wrote about our vertical tasting in her newsletter. The Feiring Line is an independent natural wine newsletter packed with only the best information on natural wines.