Apollo
Aglianico del Taburno

Designation of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin

Etymology

APOLLO, the God of music, armony and solar light in the greek-roman tradition, but wise healer and prophet as well.

Vine

100% Aglianico

organoleptic description

Intense ruby red color, good body and harmonious, shows a tannic component of extremely fine and complex weft. This gives the wine consistency, elegance and remarkable persistence. The nose has an intense hint of ripe fruit that refers to blackberries and blueberries accompanied by delicate notes of vanilla and toasted.

Serving Temperature

18-20°

Food Pairing

Red meats and strong dishes of the Samnite tradition such as matriciana of black pork cheek and lamb stew.

Plutone
Sannio Taburno Piedirosso

Protected Designation of Origin

Etymology

PLUTO, known in Roman mythology as Lord of the underworld, is however known in Greek culture as God of prosperity that sets the treasures of the earth free.

Vine

100% Piedirosso

organoleptic description

Intense ruby red color with evident violet reflections. Full-bodied, ample and harmonious, although the typical tannic component of the vine is appreciable on the palate, it is balanced and persistent. The nose is characterized by an intense hint of fruit, in particular cherries and small red fruits accompanied by delicate vegetal notes.

Serving Temperature

18-20°C

Food Pairing

First courses with red vegetable sauces or meat sauce, reworked dishes of the Samnite cuisine such as cooked bread, second courses of meat and medium-ripened cheeses.

Diana
Taburno Falanghina del Sannio

Protected Designation of Origin

Etymology

DIANA, Roman Goddess of hunting, but also of the woods and the light that illuminates the clearings, protector of grace and feminine pride. The Latins connected it to the concept of sovereignty guaranteeing the hegemony of Rome over the world.

Vine

100% Falanghina

organoleptic description

Pale straw yellow with green highlights, the nose is ample with a rich aromatic bouquet, floral aromas of hawthorn and orange blossom, with a delicate fruity scent of exotic fruit and green apple. In the mouth it shows pleasant freshness, supported by an adequate acidity and a good persistence.

Serving Temperature

10-12°

Food Pairing

First courses, fish and shellfish. Particularly indicated the fried cod of the Campania cuisine.

Giano
Sannio Taburno Greco

Protected Designation of Origin

Etymology

GIANO, a Roman deity who looks to the past and the future with the two faces. This has identified him as the bearer of civilization and of the laws that allow human coexistence.

Vine

100% Greco

organoleptic description

The intense straw yellow color tending to golden, the nose is fine and pleasantly delicate, with elegant floral aromas of hawthorn and broom, fruity of ripe apricots, pears and almonds. In the mouth shows balance and good structure with a large body, pleasantly soft and persistent.

Serving Temperature

10-12°

Food Pairing

Soups, fish, white meats and medium-ripening cheeses.

Cerere
Sannio Taburno Coda di Volpe

Protected Designation of Origin

Etymology

CERERE, Roman Goddess, but also known to pre-Roman populations, which protects crops and reveals to men the knowledge of agriculture and the use of the fruits of the fields.

Vine

100% Coda di Volpe

organoleptic description

The color appears intense straw yellow with golden reflections; the nose is fine and intense with floral aromas of hawthorn, white ripe fruit and spicy notes. On the palate you can appreciate the soft and full body typical of the vine with notes of dried fruit; it is fresh and savory, with a long and persistent finish accompanied by a pleasant sour sensation.

Serving Temperature

10-12°

Food Pairing

Seafood dishes with vegetable condiments, soups, main courses of white meats and fish.

Apollo
Aglianico del Taburno

Designation of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin

Etymology

APOLLO, the God of music, armony and solar light in the greek-roman tradition, but wise healer and prophet as well.

Vine

100% Aglianico

organoleptic description

Intense ruby red color, good body and harmonious, shows a tannic component of extremely fine and complex weft. This gives the wine consistency, elegance and remarkable persistence. The nose has an intense hint of ripe fruit that refers to blackberries and blueberries accompanied by delicate notes of vanilla and toasted.

Serving Temperature

18-20°

Food Pairing

Red meats and strong dishes of the Samnite tradition such as matriciana of black pork cheek and lamb stew.

Plutone
Sannio Taburno Piedirosso

Protected Designation of Origin

Etymology

PLUTO, known in Roman mythology as Lord of the underworld, is however known in Greek culture as God of prosperity that sets the treasures of the earth free.

Vine

100% Piedirosso

organoleptic description

Intense ruby red color with evident violet reflections. Full-bodied, ample and harmonious, although the typical tannic component of the vine is appreciable on the palate, it is balanced and persistent. The nose is characterized by an intense hint of fruit, in particular cherries and small red fruits accompanied by delicate vegetal notes.

Serving Temperature

18-20°C

Food Pairing

First courses with red vegetable sauces or meat sauce, reworked dishes of the Samnite cuisine such as cooked bread, second courses of meat and medium-ripened cheeses.

Diana
Taburno Falanghina del Sannio

Protected Designation of Origin

Etymology

DIANA, Roman Goddess of hunting, but also of the woods and the light that illuminates the clearings, protector of grace and feminine pride. The Latins connected it to the concept of sovereignty guaranteeing the hegemony of Rome over the world.

Vine

100% Falanghina

organoleptic description

Pale straw yellow with green highlights, the nose is ample with a rich aromatic bouquet, floral aromas of hawthorn and orange blossom, with a delicate fruity scent of exotic fruit and green apple. In the mouth it shows pleasant freshness, supported by an adequate acidity and a good persistence.

Serving Temperature

10-12°

Food Pairing

First courses, fish and shellfish. Particularly indicated the fried cod of the Campania cuisine.

Giano
Sannio Taburno Greco

Protected Designation of Origin

Etymology

GIANO, a Roman deity who looks to the past and the future with the two faces. This has identified him as the bearer of civilization and of the laws that allow human coexistence.

Vine

100% Greco

organoleptic description

The intense straw yellow color tending to golden, the nose is fine and pleasantly delicate, with elegant floral aromas of hawthorn and broom, fruity of ripe apricots, pears and almonds. In the mouth shows balance and good structure with a large body, pleasantly soft and persistent.

Serving Temperature

10-12°

Food Pairing

Soups, fish, white meats and medium-ripening cheeses.

Cerere
Sannio Taburno Coda di Volpe

Protected Designation of Origin

Etymology

CERERE, Roman Goddess, but also known to pre-Roman populations, which protects crops and reveals to men the knowledge of agriculture and the use of the fruits of the fields.

Vine

100% Coda di Volpe

organoleptic description

The color appears intense straw yellow with golden reflections; the nose is fine and intense with floral aromas of hawthorn, white ripe fruit and spicy notes. On the palate you can appreciate the soft and full body typical of the vine with notes of dried fruit; it is fresh and savory, with a long and persistent finish accompanied by a pleasant sour sensation.

Serving Temperature

10-12°

Food Pairing

Seafood dishes with vegetable condiments, soups, main courses of white meats and fish.

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