The small village of San Marzano is situated in the centre of the Primitivo di Manduria DOC region of Italy. In 1962, 19 winemakers joined forces and founded Cantine San Marzano.

San Marzano has expanded in subsequent years and has become one of the most popular, well-known wineries in Puglia.

Grape varieties used in the production of San Marzano Wines include Sauvignon, Malvasia, Negroamaro, Chardonnay, Moscato, Verdeca and the region's own Primitivo grape.

The turning point in the history of Cantine San Marzano came in 1996 when San Marzano opened their own bottling plant. This took the winery on a new path.

Where they had previously produced wine used only for blending with wines from other areas of Italy and Europe, San Marzano could now produce and bottle wine under their own label.

A bottle of San Marzano Edda with a village scene in the background

San Marzano has grown a dedicated and extensive following. Explore the high-quality wines produced by San Marzano today to see why!

Il Pumo IGT Salento Primitivo

A bottle of Il Pumo Primitivo 2017

Deep ruby red with violet reflections. Intense and wide on the nose, with red fruit notes. A full-bodied wine, fresh and balanced.

Anniversario 62, Primitivo di Manduria Riserva

A bottle of San Marzano Anniversario 62

Deep and complex flavours of prunes, black cherry, spice and tobacco weave through the full-bodied palate with its velvety texture and long, savoury finish.

Cinquanta Collezione NV

A bottle of San Marzano Cinquanta Collezione NV

A rich Primitivo, ruby red with purple reflections. An intense and complex bouquet with fruity notes and spicy hints that recall vanilla and liquorice. Intense on the palate, with great structure and smoothness, long finish.

Salento Bianco Edda 2017

A bottle of San Marzano Edda

Straw yellow colour with golden reflections. Mellow citrus fruits and delicate vanilla floral notes fill the nose. Generous in its elegance, fresh, delicate and mineral, tropical white stone fruits give a smooth backbone.