Irpinia Aglianico Corte di Giso DOC

Irpinia Aglianico Corte di Giso DOC

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Grape variety: 100% Aglianico Production area: Owned vineyard in Gesualdo. Production... more
Product information "Irpinia Aglianico Corte di Giso DOC"

Grape variety: 100% Aglianico

Production area: Owned vineyard in Gesualdo.

Production technique:
The selected grapes are vinified with an average maceration of 6-8 days. After alcoholic and malolactic fermentation, the wine is left to mature in small oak barrels for 12 months, followed by aging for at least 12 months in bottle.

Organoleptic characteristics:
Ruby red in colour, with intense violet reflections, with varietal aromas of black cherry, cherry, cocoa, fern, underbrush, tobacco and then evolved into spicy hints. Elegant, it has a remarkable structure, medium tannic, with a long persistence and pleasant notes of red fruits and chocolate.

Food pairing:
ideal with first courses, with courses of roasted or grilled meat, mixed cheeses, pizza.

Serve at 18°-20°C.

"Irpinia Aglianico Corte di Giso DOC"
Region: Campania
Certification: DOC
Contains sulfites: Yes
Grape: Aglianico
Manufacturer: Terredora di Paolo
Quantity: 0,75 ltr

Terredora Di Paolo

In Campania, the history of man is intimately linked to that of the vine and Terredora's commitment is to bring to every glass the taste of this fascinating land, made generous by the fire of the volcanoes and the sun. After the Second World War, Walter Mastroberardino, a tenacious man from the South, began to take the bottles he produced together with his brothers in the company they had inherited around the Italian cities, Milan in the lead. In 1994 this chapter of his life came to an end and, at the age of sixty, when others decided to retire to private life, he embarked on a new journey with his children Daniela, Lucio and Paolo, thanks to the support of his wife, Dora Di Paolo.

Terredora has been the undisputed protagonist of the Campania wine Renaissance since 1978. Combining experience and tradition, he has introduced modern innovations, technical knowledge and people aiming to enhance the future of the millenary native grape varieties, promoting the return of viticulture in Campania to its oldest and most qualified tradition.