Falanghina is cultivated according to the traditional methods also widespread in Germany and France during the Middle Ages, as in the medieval riggiole preserved in the Casanetese library or in the 11th century crutch of the Lombard harvest in the church of Santa Sofia in Benevento.
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The cellar is the project of a great architect. A core of reinforced concrete covered like a glaze of majestic white limestone boulders: the same stone of the mountain where the vines grow.
In our cellars where cold technologies are expressed at the highest levels, the grapes retain aromas and harmonies that are truly unobtainable.
The barrel cellar, the rooms for the conservation of the reserve are located directly in the farm, with constant humidity and temperature all year round.
Maturation takes place in new 225 liter wooden barrels of French oak obtained in the forests of Allier, Vosges and Never.
The Greek comes from a vineyard 100 meters as the crow flies from the Avellino DOCG, but the plants testify to one of the oldest vineyards of the variety mentioned by Pliny. The label is a Bourbon riggiola, from the eighteenth century, like all the labels of the winery.
Caudium was the capital of Sannio, with a sanctuary that still occupies the current acropolis fortified with a castle by the Lombards. The cultivation of the vine dates back to the Cretan period, about 3500 years ago. The soils are varied, limestone and marble, sandstone and marl, clay and stone...
Caudium means tail, and the foxtail has its chosen area in Cirignano, a Montesarchio farmhouse in the foothills. In Cirignano the vine grows in difficult areas, poor, without soil, on steeper slopes of the Moselle or Val d'Aosta. Extreme viticulture. The label is a votive shrine from the 1700s.
It takes its name from the vine of the same name that the Latins called Vitis apiana, thanks to the bees particularly fond of the sweetness of these grapes. In the register of Frederick II of Swabia there is an order for three "corpses" of Fiano. Carlo D'Angiò also planted 16,000 Fiano vines in...
The donnalaura is the emblem of the place of origin of the Falanghina, Montesarchio, with two biotypes, one now known throughout Campania and another rarer, exuberant, and with great acidity. Laura is the grandmother of the owner of the winery, Pasquale Clemente.