ownerOscar Farinetti & Partners
- Vineyard Area: 20 ha
- Soil Type: Compact calcareous
- Varieties Cultivated: Bombino Bianco, Montepulciano, Nero di Troia, Pampanuto
- Annual Production: 75,000 bottles
- Country: Italy
- Winemaker: Saverio Menga
In 1958 the founder Vincenzo Casillo entered the milling business in Corato and quickly grew to be the world leader in selecting, processing and marketing of durum wheat. With the same passion for the rich culture and history of the region, Masseria San Magno was founded in 2010. The estate covers 800 hectares over Minervino Murgia, Andria, Trani and Ruvo di Puglia, in the Alta Murgia National Park, an area extraordinarily rich in plant species under protection, with vines, olive trees, almond trees and farmlands. Twenty seven hectares of vineyards are planted with Bombino Bianco, Bombino Nero, Pampanuto, Nero di Troia, Chardonnay, Montepulciano, Sauvignon, and Cabernet.