“..now the roots dig in the clay and in the limestone
as the shoots on the soil stretch themselves out to the sun.”

Just one small vineyard on the brow of the hill, overlooking the valley of Alento river.
300m up on sea level, calcareous clay soil with a lot of stones, 20% slope, facing south – southwest.
About 10.000 plants of Aglianico’s variety on two hectares, guyot-with-love training system.

The cultivation is currently in organic conversion scheme.

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