Aglianico of Taburno
The Aglianico is a typical Southern wine, introduced by Greeks and splendidly acclimatized in Campania, in the Benevento and Avellino provinces. Great ageing wine, delicate, complex and structured, Aglianico of Taburno present itself with his intense ruby red and characterize itself with his typical and agreeable smell, inside the mouth is dry, justly tannic or velvet-like if is aged. So it has all the characteristics of the bigger wines that we can call it “Barolo of the South”.
As the Aglianico, it is a typically Southern wine, has very old origins, in fact it seems that his name derive from the “falernina” cultivated and drunk in Campania during the Romans age between Pozzuoli and Cuma. From that epoch and from that land than spread in the rest of the Campania and today we can say that this big vineyard with white berry is prerogative of our region. The Falanghina presents itself with a straw-coloured with green hues, delicate smell, characteristic, fruity and with a dry and fresh taste. It’s produced also in sparkling and “passito” versions.
Also the Greco obviously has Greek origins, Veronelli described it like that: “yellow straw-colour, bright, bouquet thick, continuous, soft, dry taste, without asperity, nourished and still nervous, delicate and elegant material, with the boiled sea-bass made love”. The disciplinary recommend it for all the Campania’s provinces.
Coda di volpe
The name derives from the Latin cauda vulpium for his form that just remember the tail of the fox. It’s a not excessive productions vine and usually has a precocious maturity; it arrives at high levels of sugars and at a medium standard of acids. It has a yellow straw-colour with gold hues, fresh and fruity smell with points of pine-apple and apricots, the Coda di Volpe is characterized also by his intense taste, round, fruity and very persistent. The disciplinary recommend the Coda di volpe for all the Campania’s provinces.