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An excellent introduction to the world of skin-contact white wines (orange wines). The Vincenzo Bianco is straw-coloured and hazy in the glass. Sweet peach and quince aromas on the nose. Good complexity on the palate, with crunchy fruit notes as well as distinct tannins and fresh mineral finish.
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Black Mountain Traditional Method Brut is a light straw colour. The nose displays apple, citrus and hazelnuts. On the palate you’ll find crunchy green apple, citrus and a crisp finish.
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White wine made from a rare and ancient grape variety, Agostinella, found in small amounts in Castelvenere. Aged in chestnut and cherry tree barrel.
From 60 years old vines. Mineral nose, reminding of Mediterranean flora. The palate is characterised by a salty taste that makes this wine perfect to be paired with shellfish.
Taurasi at its best. 30 days maceration at room temperature. Manual pressing. Aged in old Slavonia oak barrels for 24 months, and at least other 24 months in bottle.
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A juicy Aglianico. Aged in steel for 6 months on the lees, then in wood (oak and chestnut) for 18 months, and then at least other 12 months in the bottle.
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Dark red with brilliant ruby shades. Fresh and vegetal nose, characterised by a territorial “wilderness”. Fruity on the palate, with rich tannins.
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20 months aging in large oak casks, this Aglianico is able to be matched to the most intense game dishes. Full-bodied, with a charming elegant finish.
From volcanic soil. A traditional Falanghina, fully expressing the potential of its very own terroir. Mineral complexity in a glass.
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Floral, intense and vegetal nose, with a fine citrus fruit bouquet. Very intense on the palate, with a typical honey aftertaste.
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From old vines. Golden yellow in colour, with a mineral and salty nose. Very long and deep finish. Superb when paired with white meat.
Very fresh and mineral, with an important acidity. Nose and palate are also characterised by a territorial sulphur taste. This wine has a very earthy and wild character, both in terms of aromas and flavours, which is typical of natural wines made from spontaneous wild yeast fermentations.