Campania

Campania

Home to the stunning Amalfi coast, the grand city of Naples, and the imposing Mt. Vesuvius, the Campania region is not short on culture and history. This fact also relates to the wine of the area – the volcanic soils giving rise to a great number of delicious whites and reds unique to the Campania wine region, Falanghina and Aglianico to name just two.

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  • Aglianico Beneventano, Bellamico

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    From vineyards in the Benevento region of Campania, Aglianico is one of the higher-quality red-wine grapes found in southern Italy. Greek in origin it has been grown in Italy since the time of the ancient Romans. It is thought to have been planted in this region as early as the seventh century BC. It flourishes in volcanic soil of which there is no shortage around Naples. It is a late ripening grape usually harvested in October or early November.

    If you're a fan of rustic, earth-driven wines you'll love this. Quite full bodied, it has a great balance with subtle fruit flavours and earthy, tarry and chocolate characteristics. Learn More

  • Falanghina Beneventano, Bellamico (Pinot Grigio Style)

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    A white wine with a delicate nose, with hints of broom, whilst it is full-bodied, fresh and pleasant on the palate. It has good acidity and fine, delicate, fruity notes. It has a broad and pleasantly bitter aftertaste that recalls the pomegranate. It can be drunk with grilled or fried fish, with pasta dishes with seafood or vegetable and tomato sauces, it happily accompanies the most traditional recipes from the Campania region. Learn More

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