Situated in the northern district of the Tavoliere to the west of the promontory of the Gargano and to the north of Foggia, the town of San Severo is surrounded by fields that are almost entirely planted in vines. The area is part of a vast zone known as the Capitanata di Puglia.
The Bianco di San Severo is made primarily from grapes of the Trebbiano Toscano and Bombino Bianco varieties. The latter produces clusters of average size in an unsual pyramidal shape that resembles the form of an infant (bambino) with its arms outstretched. In addition to the white wine, reds and rosés of excellent quality are made under the San Severo denomination.