CACC’E MMITTE DI LUCERA DOC, denomination for a red wine based on the Nero di Troia (Uva di Troia) grape variety from the Daunia area in northern Puglia in Italy.

The name | The name is linked to a dialect term for an ancient local custom. The vineyard properties here are divided into extremely small parcels, and the small farmers, not being able to afford their own facilities, rented the pressing vats in the communal palmenti, or wine-processing cellars. The pressing process had to be very quick, since the rent was for one day only, so in just a few hours the grapegrower had to Cacce–take out–from the vat the freshly-pressed must to leave space for the next renter with his load ready to Mmitte–put in–the press.