• Tasting Notes
  • NoseStarts a touch minty on the nose evolving into macchia, or the wild herbs and vegetation indigenous to the area, with flavors of anise, arugula, fennel and mint.
  • FlavorOn the palate this coolness carries through with other herbal flavors on a moderately sweet, smooth, and pleasingly bitter finish.

Campania At a Glance

Region Name Campania

Like many Italian regions, Campania is home to an impressive array of grape varieties, some found almost nowhere else on earth. Its most important variety is arguably Aglianico, the grape behind the region’s two most famous and respected red wines: Taurasi and Aglianico del Taburno.