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Blu Onice | Irpinia Aglianico DOC | 2018 Rosso

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This wine is called Blu Onice because the vineyard is located on a rocky ground next to an old onyx cave near Gesualdo.

25 Rare | Greco di Tufo DOCG | 2020 Bianco

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This wine was called 25 rare to recall the 25 steps that connect the old town of Paternopoli to the part that has been completely rebuilt after the earthquake that occurred in 1980.

Bicento | 2017 Rosso

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This wine is called Bicento because it was born from 200 year old vines. The name Bicento, in fact, literally means twice 100.

Rue 333 | Taurasi DOCG | 2016 Rosso

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Wine made from aglianico grape, whose aging in oak barrels for two years gives it the specific name of aglianico di Taurasi DOCG, also in honor to the country where this grape variety is cultivated.

Fontana del Sambuco | Fiano Di Avellino DOCG | 2020 Bianco

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Old wine, whose first traces date back to pliny the elder. Its name comes from the apian grapes that were characterized by an intense sweetness and were therefore particularly loved by bees.

Vico Storto | Greco di Tufo DOCG | 2019 Bianco

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The wine was introduced by the greeks along the tyrrhenian coast. The name comes from characteristic shape of the cluster, whose grapes are grouped in pairs.

Velluto Rosso – Beneventano Aglianico IGT/IGP | 2018

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The name “red velvet” was chosen thinking about the organoleptic characteristics of this wine. Its softness on the palate recalls velvet, a fabric that provokes a sensation of irresistible softness to the touch.  

Suadens Rosso | Campania IGP | 2019

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The name Suadens has been chosen to represent the suaveness of this wine, which is a molecular project aimed at valorizing not only the autochthonous vines of Irpinia, but also the typical local fruits, that aren’t cultivated anywhere else in the world.

Suadens Bianco | Campania IGP | 2019

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The name Suadens has been chosen to represent the suaveness of this wine, which is a molecular project aimed at valorizing not only the autochthonous vines of Irpinia, but also the typical local fruits, that aren’t cultivated anywhere else in the world.