A charming expression of lemon, grapefruits, and green apples with hints of pineapple in the background. Crunchy and elegant, with flavors of citrus, tree fruits, marked by a great minerality and a lovely acidity in the long finish.
Campania is one of Italy's oldest wine region. Vineyards are located in southern Italy around the city of Naples. Rustic and tannic red wines based on Aglianico requiring ageing are left over by new producers. The use of new techniques enhance the quality of the production. White wine varieties like Fiano and Greco produce refreshing wines.
Moderate Mediterranean climat
The soils in Campania are extrusive igneous rocks. The main soils are soils with more or less derived from volcanic materials, then one can find some soils with clay and iron oxides accumulation, or even alluvial soils. Campania is unique in that many of its vines are planted on their own rootstocks. Phylloxera pest simply cannot survive in Campania’s volcanic soils.