Uva di Troia is a red wine grape variety grown in the Italian region of Apulia, particularly in the areas around Andria and Barletta, and in the Province of Bari. The name probably derives from the town of Troia in the Province of Foggia the legendary founder of which was the Greek hero Diomedes, after he had destroyed the ancient Troy.
The sparkling wine Brut was the first to be produced and now it is the most commercialized. In D’Araprì Brut is added the dosing syrup (liquer d’expedition) and it is composed by different type of grapes. This sparkling wine is directed to a wide range of consumers.