Apollo
Aglianico del Sannio Rosato
Denominazione di Origine Controllata
Etymology

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

Grape Varietal

100% Aglianico

Tasting Notes

Si presenta con un colore rosa carico con riflessi rubino, dovuto ai caratteristici polifenoli del vitigno; il naso, di notevole intensità e persistenza, evoca sentori di frutti rossi con accenni di aromi floreali di rosa e viola. In bocca si dimostra capace di sorprendere per la sua autorevolezza: si mantiene fresco e delicato ma allo stesso tempo incisivo grazie al grado alcolico di spessore. Il finale piacevolmente ricco e lungo completa l’esperienza gustativa.

Serving Temperature

11°/12° C.

Food Pairing

Versatile protagonista della tavola, si consiglia sia con primi piatti che con secondi di pesce elaborati e carni bianche. Da provare anche l’abbinamento con formaggi di media stagionatura.

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.

Grape Varietal

100% Aglianico

Tasting Notes

Intense ruby-red in color. Full-bodied and harmonious, with a very fine and complex tannic texture, adding density, elegance and extraordinary length to the wine. On the nose, it offers intense notes of ripe fruit, reminiscent of blackberries and blueberries, accompanied by delicate floral hints of roses. On the palate, the acidic component is balanced by an ample body and persistent finish.

Serving Temperature

18-20°

Food Pairing

Ideal with red meat and typical dishes from the Sannio area, such as matriciana pasta (made with cured 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.

Grape Varietal

100% Piedirosso

Tasting Notes

Deep ruby red in color with purplish highlights. On the nose, it offers intense fruity overtones of cherries and small red fruit, accompanied by delicate vegetal notes. On the palate, it is full bodied, generous and well-orchestrated. One can appreciate the not so aggressive tannic component of the variety even in young vintages, accompanied by vegetal and floral notes, completing this easy-to-drink wine.

Serving Temperature

18-20°C

Food Pairing

Ideal with pasta and rice dishes with tomato, vegetable or meat sauces, traditional Sannio dishes, such as pane cotto (a savory bread pudding), meat dishes or medium-mature 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.

Grape Varietal

100% Falanghina

Tasting Notes

Pale straw-yellow in color with green highlights. It is generous on the nose, with a rich array of aromas, floral notes of hawthorn and orange blossom and delicate hints of exotic fruit and green apple. On the palate, it is pleasantly fresh, with good supporting acidity and length.

Serving Temperature

10-12°

Food Pairing

Ideal with pasta and rice dishes, fish and shellfish, particularly fried salt cod, a typical dish from the Campania region.

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.

Grape Varietal

100% Coda di Volpe

Tasting Notes

Intense straw yellow with golden highlights in color. On the nose, it is fine and delicate with floral aromas of hawthorn, hints of ripe white fruit and spicy overtones. On the palate, one can appreciate the full and plush body, typical of the variety, with nutty overtones; the restrained acidity gives balance to the taste, culminating in a long and persistent finish.

Serving Temperature

10-12°

Food Pairing

Ideal with pasta and rice dishes with fish and vegetable sauces, soups, white meat and fish.

Apollo
Aglianico del Sannio Rosato
Denominazione di Origine Controllata
Etymology

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

Tasting Notes

Si presenta con un colore rosa carico con riflessi rubino, dovuto ai caratteristici polifenoli del vitigno; il naso, di notevole intensità e persistenza, evoca sentori di frutti rossi con accenni di aromi floreali di rosa e viola. In bocca si dimostra capace di sorprendere per la sua autorevolezza: si mantiene fresco e delicato ma allo stesso tempo incisivo grazie al grado alcolico di spessore. Il finale piacevolmente ricco e lungo completa l’esperienza gustativa.

Serving Temperature

11°/12° C.

Food Pairing

Versatile protagonista della tavola, si consiglia sia con primi piatti che con secondi di pesce elaborati e carni bianche. Da provare anche l’abbinamento con formaggi di media stagionatura.

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.

Grape Varietal

100% Aglianico

Tasting Notes

Intense ruby-red in color. Full-bodied and harmonious, with a very fine and complex tannic texture, adding density, elegance and extraordinary length to the wine. On the nose, it offers intense notes of ripe fruit, reminiscent of blackberries and blueberries, accompanied by delicate floral hints of roses. On the palate, the acidic component is balanced by an ample body and persistent finish.

Serving Temperature

18-20°

Food Pairing

Ideal with red meat and typical dishes from the Sannio area, such as matriciana pasta (made with cured 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.

Grape Varietal

100% Piedirosso

Tasting Notes

Deep ruby red in color with purplish highlights. On the nose, it offers intense fruity overtones of cherries and small red fruit, accompanied by delicate vegetal notes. On the palate, it is full bodied, generous and well-orchestrated. One can appreciate the not so aggressive tannic component of the variety even in young vintages, accompanied by vegetal and floral notes, completing this easy-to-drink wine.

Serving Temperature

18-20°C

Food Pairing

Ideal with pasta and rice dishes with tomato, vegetable or meat sauces, traditional Sannio dishes, such as pane cotto (a savory bread pudding), meat dishes or medium-mature 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.

Grape Varietal

100% Falanghina

Tasting Notes

Pale straw-yellow in color with green highlights. It is generous on the nose, with a rich array of aromas, floral notes of hawthorn and orange blossom and delicate hints of exotic fruit and green apple. On the palate, it is pleasantly fresh, with good supporting acidity and length.

Serving Temperature

10-12°

Food Pairing

Ideal with pasta and rice dishes, fish and shellfish, particularly fried salt cod, a typical dish from the Campania region.

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.

Grape Varietal

100% Coda di Volpe

Tasting Notes

Intense straw yellow with golden highlights in color. On the nose, it is fine and delicate with floral aromas of hawthorn, hints of ripe white fruit and spicy overtones. On the palate, one can appreciate the full and plush body, typical of the variety, with nutty overtones; the restrained acidity gives balance to the taste, culminating in a long and persistent finish.

Serving Temperature

10-12°

Food Pairing

Ideal with pasta and rice dishes with fish and vegetable sauces, soups, white meat and fish.

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