Aglianico is an ancient wine, with roots that are difficult to trace. Stories and legends are intertwined leaving one thing for sure: it is a noble wine that tells of the territory in which it was born, a land that has lived under many artistic and cultural influences and of each of these has known how to preserve the best.
Perhaps it was the Greeks who brought us the vines of Aglianico. Other rumours tell of a Latin origin: of a noble Roman family, the Alli, who farmed many areas of Campania. Even the Aragonese domination could have given life to the Aglianico vine, a vine cultivated in the "tierras llanas", the plains. Whatever the true history of Aglianico, we are sure that it is the fruit of noble and secular vines and wine traditions.
Precisely for this reason we have chosen to rediscover this wine: all the legends and stories that see it as a leading character hold a mirror to its organoleptic richness. A complex and precious wine, full of charm with so much to be revealed, sip after sip, story after story.
A wine of legendary origins, full of charm and rich in nuances to taste and savour. A centuries long tradition to rediscover and return to.
Every first weekend of the month, 2019
There is an event that every first weekend of the month transforms the hisotic center of the beautiful city of Arezzo into a vast antiques market.
Every Tuesday, in the splendid location of Piazza Ghiaia in the heart of Parma, exhibitors from all over Italy will fascinate you with a selection of rare and unique objects, housed under a structure completely covered by glass.The Carpenter
Alessandro Nalesso is a carpenter, who keeps the family tradition alive after 5 generations with simplicity and pride.