Torre Aragonese winery was born on the shores of the Ionian Sea and in the heart of the Cirò territory, where grapevines and olive trees are an integral part of the landscape. Torre Aragonese takes its name from the “Aragonese Tower”, which was created in the 16th century by the Aragonese during their rule of Southern Italy. The tower was built to defend attacks from Venetians, pirates and other enemies. It is located in the municipality of Melisse, a place of excellence for the production of Cirò and Melissa DOP wines.
Today, the tower houses a small museum while also offering a marvelous view of the coast. Torre Aragonese winery produces native grapes along with international varieties that have proven to adapt to the characteristics of the territory. The wines are complex, pleasing and offer the unique tastes of an ancient land.