Bozzovich Bianco
Bianco Beneventano

Indicazione Geografica Tipica

Etymology

A synergy between art and wine: a flowing and elegant female figure in true Art Nouveau style conveys the seductive nature of this wine, whose captivating label is a restyling of the original poster by the artist Bozzovich, publicising Ocone wines in the aftermath of WWI, and from which the wine takes its name.

Grape Varietal

White grape varieties cultivated in the province of Benevento (mainly Falanghina, Fiano & Greco)

Tasting Notes

Straw yellow in color. On the nose, it offers hints of floral scents that recall hawthorn, acacia and orange blossoms, accompanied by elegant vegetal notes. The fruity component is characterized by overtones of apple and grapefruit, accompanied by a delicate scent of passion fruit. In the palate, it is fresh and sapid, combined with a full, round body that is pleasantly soft and satisfying.

Serving Temperature

Serve at 10°/12°C.

Food Pairing

Ideal with fish starters or traditional Italian style (cold cuts) starters, pasta and rice dishes with vegetable sauces, white meat, fish, and medium-mature and blue cheeses.

Bozzovich Nero
Rosso Beneventano

Indicazione Geografica Tipica

Etymology

A synergy between art and wine: a flowing and elegant female figure in true Art Nouveau style conveys the seductive nature of this wine, whose captivating label is a restyling of the original poster by the artist Bozzovich, publicising Ocone wines in the aftermath of WWI, and from which the wine takes its name.

Grape Varietal

Red grape varieties cultivated in the province of Benevento (mainly Aglianico & Piedirosso)

Tasting Notes

Ruby red in color. On the nose, it offers hints of red fruit in spirit and blackberry, with floral overtones of dried violets. Notes of dried fruit (carob), spices (cloves and licorice), chocolate, tobacco and caramel, complete its aroma. On the palate, it has a full and pleasantly soft body, elegant and slightly astringent.

Serving Temperature

Serve at 18°/20° C.

Food Pairing

Ideal with elaborate first courses, meat dishes and mature cheeses.

Bozzovich Rosé
Rosato Beneventano

Indicazione Geografica Tipica

Etymology

A synergy between art and wine: a flowing and elegant female figure in true Art Nouveau style conveys the seductive nature of this wine, whose captivating label is a restyling of the original poster by the artist Bozzovich, publicising Ocone wines in the aftermath of WWI, and from which the wine takes its name.

Grape Varietal

Aglianico and Piedirosso cultivated in vineyards located in the hilly areas of the provincial territory denominated IGT, located on the north-eastern slope of Mt. Taburno.

Tasting Notes

Deep pink in color due to the characteristic polyphenols of the grape varieties. On the nose, it is intense and persistent, evoking floral hints of roses and violets accompanied by overtones of red currant and pomegranate (blueberries). On the palate, it is well-balanced. An intriguing structure, fresh and sapid with a slight tannic finish.

Serving Temperature

Serve at 10°/12° C.

Food Pairing

Ideal with well-structured first courses, elaborate fish and white meat dishes. Pairs well with medium-mature cheeses.

Calidonio
Sannio Taburno Piedirosso

Protected Designation of Origin

Etymology

CALIDONIO, a term from Greek mythology referring to the Calydonian or Aetolian Boar, strong and powerful antagonist of heroes. Legend narrates that Benevento owes its origins to the Greek hero Diomedes, who ventured to Italy after the destruction and the burning of Troy, and who bequeathed to the city, a tusk of the mythical Calydonian Boar (symbol of Benevento), slain by his uncle Meleager. The label reproduces "the Calydonian boar hunt", a mythical scene from the world-famous François Vase by Ergotimos and Kleiatis.

Grape Varietal

85% Piedirosso

Tasting Notes

Intense ruby-red in color with purplish highlights. On the nose it offers intense fruity overtones of cherries and raspberries, accompanied by floral hints of violets. On the palate, it is balanced, harmonious and full-bodied thanks to its passage in wood and refinement in the bottle, counter-balanced by a pleasant acidic component, typical of the Piedirosso grape variety.

Serving Temperature

16-18°

Food Pairing

Savory first courses, red meat dishes, poultry or the stuffed pigeon of the Samnite tradition.

Diomede
Aglianico del Taburno

Designation of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin

Etymology

DIOMEDE (DIOMEDES), Achaean hero, son of Tydeus, king of Argos. One of the most valiant Greek warriors who had participated in the Trojan War. He crossed the Adriatic to spread the Hellenic civilization and subsequently founded many Italian cities including Benevento.

Grape Varietal

100% Aglianico

Tasting Notes

Intense ruby-red in color with purplish highlights. On the nose, it offers delicate hints of red fruit, cherries and berries, accompanied by notes of vanilla. The full and well-orchestrated body reveals a mature tannic component with slight astringency thanks to its passage in wood and toastiness. On the palate, it is soft and complex with a long and persistent finish. It is a wine suitable for aging and cellaring where one can appreciate the tertiary overtones of spices and game.

Serving Temperature

18-20°

Food Pairing

Soups like the traditional married soup of Samnite cuisine, grilled and stewed meats, aged cheeses.

Bozzovich Bianco
Bianco Beneventano

Indicazione Geografica Tipica

Etymology

A synergy between art and wine: a flowing and elegant female figure in true Art Nouveau style conveys the seductive nature of this wine, whose captivating label is a restyling of the original poster by the artist Bozzovich, publicising Ocone wines in the aftermath of WWI, and from which the wine takes its name.

Tasting Notes

Straw yellow in color. On the nose, it offers hints of floral scents that recall hawthorn, acacia and orange blossoms, accompanied by elegant vegetal notes. The fruity component is characterized by overtones of apple and grapefruit, accompanied by a delicate scent of passion fruit. In the palate, it is fresh and sapid, combined with a full, round body that is pleasantly soft and satisfying.

Serving Temperature

Serve at 10°/12°C.

Food Pairing

Ideal with fish starters or traditional Italian style (cold cuts) starters, pasta and rice dishes with vegetable sauces, white meat, fish, and medium-mature and blue cheeses.

Bozzovich Nero
Rosso Beneventano

Indicazione Geografica Tipica

Etymology

A synergy between art and wine: a flowing and elegant female figure in true Art Nouveau style conveys the seductive nature of this wine, whose captivating label is a restyling of the original poster by the artist Bozzovich, publicising Ocone wines in the aftermath of WWI, and from which the wine takes its name.

Tasting Notes

Ruby red in color. On the nose, it offers hints of red fruit in spirit and blackberry, with floral overtones of dried violets. Notes of dried fruit (carob), spices (cloves and licorice), chocolate, tobacco and caramel, complete its aroma. On the palate, it has a full and pleasantly soft body, elegant and slightly astringent.

Serving Temperature

Serve at 18°/20° C.

Food Pairing

Ideal with elaborate first courses, meat dishes and mature cheeses.

Bozzovich Rosé
Rosato Beneventano

Indicazione Geografica Tipica

Etymology

A synergy between art and wine: a flowing and elegant female figure in true Art Nouveau style conveys the seductive nature of this wine, whose captivating label is a restyling of the original poster by the artist Bozzovich, publicising Ocone wines in the aftermath of WWI, and from which the wine takes its name.

Tasting Notes

Deep pink in color due to the characteristic polyphenols of the grape varieties. On the nose, it is intense and persistent, evoking floral hints of roses and violets accompanied by overtones of red currant and pomegranate (blueberries). On the palate, it is well-balanced. An intriguing structure, fresh and sapid with a slight tannic finish.

Serving Temperature

Serve at 10°/12° C.

Food Pairing

Ideal with well-structured first courses, elaborate fish and white meat dishes. Pairs well with medium-mature cheeses.

Calidonio
Sannio Taburno Piedirosso

Protected Designation of Origin

Etymology

CALIDONIO, a term from Greek mythology referring to the Calydonian or Aetolian Boar, strong and powerful antagonist of heroes. Legend narrates that Benevento owes its origins to the Greek hero Diomedes, who ventured to Italy after the destruction and the burning of Troy, and who bequeathed to the city, a tusk of the mythical Calydonian Boar (symbol of Benevento), slain by his uncle Meleager. The label reproduces "the Calydonian boar hunt", a mythical scene from the world-famous François Vase by Ergotimos and Kleiatis.

Grape Varietal

85% Piedirosso

Tasting Notes

Intense ruby-red in color with purplish highlights. On the nose it offers intense fruity overtones of cherries and raspberries, accompanied by floral hints of violets. On the palate, it is balanced, harmonious and full-bodied thanks to its passage in wood and refinement in the bottle, counter-balanced by a pleasant acidic component, typical of the Piedirosso grape variety.

Serving Temperature

16-18°

Food Pairing

Savory first courses, red meat dishes, poultry or the stuffed pigeon of the Samnite tradition.

Diomede
Aglianico del Taburno

Designation of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin

Etymology

DIOMEDE (DIOMEDES), Achaean hero, son of Tydeus, king of Argos. One of the most valiant Greek warriors who had participated in the Trojan War. He crossed the Adriatic to spread the Hellenic civilization and subsequently founded many Italian cities including Benevento.

Grape Varietal

100% Aglianico

Tasting Notes

Intense ruby-red in color with purplish highlights. On the nose, it offers delicate hints of red fruit, cherries and berries, accompanied by notes of vanilla. The full and well-orchestrated body reveals a mature tannic component with slight astringency thanks to its passage in wood and toastiness. On the palate, it is soft and complex with a long and persistent finish. It is a wine suitable for aging and cellaring where one can appreciate the tertiary overtones of spices and game.

Serving Temperature

18-20°

Food Pairing

Soups like the traditional married soup of Samnite cuisine, grilled and stewed meats, aged cheeses.

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