Puglia, Italy: While Italy is known as boasting the best wines in the world, the South-Eastern region of Puglia has gone under the radar for many years. The Piedmont and Tuscany regions consistently top wine rating lists, but it’s the region of Puglia that produces some of the best red wines in the world. Located in a warm, dry climate that hugs the Adriatic Sea, the Puglia regions most notable varietals are the Primitivo and the Negroamaro wines. These two full-bodied, fruit-forward red wines pair perfectly with delicious Italian dishes such as orecchiette pasta, burrata cheese, or tomato topped pizza. You don’t need to be eating a big dish to enjoy these wines as the vibrant tastes of blackberries and fresh figs are perfect to enjoy on their own. Try tasting these wines in a typical masseria, a fortified farmhouse that creates wine, olive oil, and other local produce. To make your glass taste even sweeter, the prices on these wines usually cost under 10 Euro a bottle!