Between bell towers and rows of vines: three wines, three people

The Valley of the Irno River is a well-exposed structural basin protected by hills with optimal climatic conditions for the cultivation of vines. It is a natural landscape interspersed with villages and bell towers silhouetted on the landscape’s horizon, a symbol of Campania’s identity. An ancient land that expresses itself through layers of silt and clay, testifying to its volcanic origin.

The Company

We are a family with ancient agricultural traditions in this land. Here, we decided to establish a modern winery in a charming farmhouse in Baronissi.

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The Wines

It all began with a meeting with Riccardo Cotarella, who shared our passions. We began to collaborate with him on winemaking, focusing on three grape varieties: Fiano, Aglianico and Merlot.

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A dream in a bottle

Ours is a meticulous and continuous cultivation: from soil purification to pruning, from leaf stripping to weed eradication, and from cluster thinning to taking care of the bunches. The vineyards are trained by Guyot, with a density of 3,000 vines per hectare for all grape varieties. Hand-harvesting begins at dawn, and the winery in the centre of the vineyard reduces grape spoilage as much as possible. In steel containers for Fiano, and in wooden barriques for Aglianico and Merlot.