The Sannio Region encompasses vine areas on alluvial soils of medium impasto in the province of Benevento. The city has been a crossroads since the times of the ancient Samnite people as well as a commercial hub between Rome and Brindisi where the Appian Way forked, which coincides, in its south-central part, with the Taburno subzone. In modern times, it is crossed by the Telesina State Road, an important commercial-tourist link. Our wines originate from these denomination areas, in particular from the transformation of grapes from vineyards located at circa 400 m above sea level facing the Telesina valley, on the slopes of the Taburno Camposauro mountain massif. The soils are mainly of clayey-calcareous nature and the particular microclimate is influenced by Mount Taburno and the waters of the Calore River.
A winery with over 100 years of history at the gates of the medieval village of Ponte, in the heart of the Sannio that extends right up to the slopes of Mount Taburno. Narrating the history of the territory of our wines necessitates stepping back in time to the origins of the enological identity of the Campania Region.
Three denominations of origin - Aglianico del Taburno DOCG, Falanghina del SannioDOC and Sannio DOC - and a geographical indication (Benevento or Beneventano I.G.T.) attest the quality of our Sannio wines. Our winery is part of this panorama, interpreting the characteristics of the vines, endowing our wines with an extraordinary identity that translates into a unique experience of pleasant sensations, in every sip.