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Vines Fiano ( %)

Color: Golden yellow.
Smell: The nose is complex and fresh, with notes of flowers, yellow fruits, dried fruit and spices.
Taste: On the palate it is of good structure, elegant and mineral, fresh and of good persistence.
Food pairing: Perfect for dishes with white meats, fish and shellfish, cheeses and risotto.

Exposure and altitude: Hilly terrain at 400 meters a.s.l. facing south-west.
Soil: Calcareous clay soil.
Breeding system: Spurred cordon.
Planting density: 3000 vines per hectare.
Yield per hectare: 65 quintals.
Yield per plant: 1.80 kg.
Harvest period: Third decade of October
Harvest: Manual.
Vinification: The grapes harvested at the time of their complete maturation, are pressed and the must fermented in steel tanks at low temperatures. A refinement in the bottle follows for a period of three months.

Antonio Caggiano

It is one of the most beautiful and spectacular cellars in Campania: you walk amazed among tens of thousands of bottles at rest in niches carved between the stone walls. And then, everywhere, barriques where they refine the great wines of Taurasi: the Macchia dei Goti, the Salae Domini and the Taurì. The founder, Antonio Caggiano has been for years a passionate and enthusiastic globetrotter photographer, from the cold of the Arctic to the African desert, from the United States to South America and then from the old family vineyard (Salae Domini) to the construction works of his cellars that they began in 1990, starting production not only to find scents and flavors that vanished in the reality of Taurasi wine, but also to create a small museum of peasant culture. Built according to modern technical criteria and ancient aesthetic taste, the visitor enters through environments that let you imagine a mysterious underground world, between walls of large stone boulders, arches and vaulted ceilings. Antonio decided to found his company driven by an irrepressible desire to give voice to the history and traditions of his beloved Taurasi. The peculiarity of its spectacular cellars is immediately evident, walking among the many fascinating tunnels. It is not simply a place of barrels, bottles and vats, but a real museum of wine culture. In every corner, on every wall, and in the multiple recesses obtained from the stone walls, it is possible to see tools and tools typical of the winegrower's practice. The tools and hundreds of barrels are flanked by a variety of works of art of wood, glass and stone, some made by Antonio himself, others given away by artist friends who make the atmosphere even more suggestive. Today the company is run by Giuseppe, for all Pino, Antonio's son, who always helped by his father, through rigorous work in the vineyard, and a passionate and attentive oenological interpretation, has contributed to the affirmation of a great qualitative style personality, which has characterized the Antonio Caggiano company as a great interpreter of Irpinia wines.

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