The estate

The first certain news of the estate date back to 1600, when in Salento flourished the Baroque style, of which are preserved architectural testimonies of great value.

An ancient map of the 1700s testifies that Vetrère Winery belonged to the Troilo family. In 1903, Serafina Troilo married Michele Ammazzalorsa, who left his properties to his nephew Enrico Bruni, father of the current owners. Today the company is run by Annamaria and Francesca and their children Fanny, Enrica, Martina and Federico. 


Palazzo Ammazzalorsa is a prestigious seventeenth-century building, located at number 12 of via Trieste, in Bisceglie, a lovely urban center north of Bari. It stands imposingly on the Aragonese walls of the fifteenth century from which it dominates the port of the town.

It consists of two levels, divided by a string-course cornice. The facade has a rustic ashlar of fine workmanship, on the first level, and a tuffaceous stone on the second floor.

A wing of the historic building houses two accommodations for those who want to spend a pleasant stay in the name of typicality. In every season of the year are available two apartments, Polipo and Pesce palla, equipped with kitchenette, dedicated toilets and every comfort.