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Campania is one of the oldest wine production territories and there are many archaeological remains that document the excellent quality of local wines.

Regional oenology is currently characterized by a great wealth of wine, in fact there are more than 100 native vineyards . The originality of regional wines, with highly recognizable aromatic profiles, is precisely due to the weighted choice of local actors to protect and encourage local vineyards over time. In the last thirty years, while the vast majority of the world's wine regions focused their attention on "international" vineyards, Campania has discouraged, and in some cases prohibited, the planting of international varieties, focusing instead on indigenous varieties.

The ground it is mostly clay and limestone and poor in organic material. In the area of Vesuvio , volcanic soil.
The climate is mediterranean on the coast, the more continental and cold interior with Mediterranean influence.

The true "king" of the Campania vineyard is the Aglianico , an ancient grape variety, which produces excellent quality wines: Taurasi , in the province of Avellino, first among the DOCGs of southern Italy; the Aglianico of the Taburno , the last of the Campania DOCG; the Falerno del Massico , with very ancient origins, and the Galluccio, in the province of Caserta. It is one of the oldest varieties in Italy, probably originally from Greece and introduced in this area around the 7th century BC. C. The name Aglianico comes from Hellenic. Find your terroir in Basilicata, in the land of the ancient extinct volcano of Vùlture , and in Campania in the Benevento and Avellino areas in soils of volcanic origin, rich in minerals and skeleton. The olfactory profile is intense, characterized by notes of red fruit and flowers that are oriented towards spicy nuances and more complex with aging. Structured, complex, with high acidity and important tannins; it often requires a good period of aging, both in large barrels and barrels, and subsequent aging in the bottle.a.

Along with the Aglianico we have white varieties of great finesse and fragrance, such as Falanghina, Greco di Tufo and the Fiano di Avellino

The most relevant DOC / DOCG are: DOCG Taurasi (Aglianico, DOCG Greco di Tufo , DOCG Fiano di Avellino, DOCG Aglianico del Taburno, DOC Falerno del Massico (Falangina and Aglianico, DOC Vesuvio (Coda di Volpe, Greco, Falanghina, Pedirosso, Aglianico. At DOC Vesuvio we have thel Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio It uses the varieties of the DO but with maximum yields 65 and min 12 of alcohol. They can be white, sparkling, pink, red and sweet.s.


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