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  Aglianico is a vine that is present in the wine-grape culture; it is cultivated in the region of Southern Italy known as Campania. In Campania, Aglianico shows an ample adaptability to its geographic environment. It is diverse, able to grow on a plain or on the hill, provided that the climate is warm with plenty of direct sunlight. It is due to this principal motif that this grape is prevalent in Southern Italy and in the North of the Campania region. From the agronomic and productive point of view Aglianico is a vigorous plant that permits a moderately abundant production. It is harvested between the first and third week of October where the sugar levels register a high value and there are elevated levels of acidity. With its bio-type “bitter” Aglianico meets the production standards of the DOC Sannio, Guardiolo, Aglianico of the Taburno and Sant’Agata of the Goti, the cantinas of the region.



  The dividing line between the vineyard cultivation of Greek and Latin traditions is deciphered by the utilizing of the stake-like protectors for the stumps of the vines. Such stakes, according to Murolo, resembled a finger-like shape to which he gave the name “Falanghina” to the variety of this vine, giving therefore the origin and the beginning of the vineyard cultivation in Campania. The Falanghina has always been most widespread overall in Napoli and in Caserta. The province of Benevento has had a quick and rapid expansion over the past 80 years. The Falanghina Beneventano is a vigorous vine, reared with low pruning characterized by good production and medium fertility of the buds. The time of harvest of the grapes falls between the last ten days of September and the beginning of October. Taking into consideration the atmosphere in which it is cultivated it is able to reach elevated levels of sugar and medium to high levels of total acidity. The Falanghina Beneventano is the base of the single vine wines produced by DOC Guardiolo, Sannio, Sant’Agata of the Goti, the grape is also studied to produce “passito” a type of desert wine by Solopaca and Taburno and is otherwise utilized for the production of sparkling wine through DOC Solopaca, Guardiolo, Sannio and Taburno.



  The Fiano is a vigorous vine which is fused together combining two different plants, creating a single stem and a vine of its own, a process known as graphing. This process helps the vine to achieve continuous development and re-growth. Fiano does not have excessive production despite being harvested between the end of September and the first fifteen days of October. Its advantage is that it presents a discreet resistance to the “Botrite” a type of mold that presents itself with humidity and water that remains on the grapes. Due to the grapes size, larger in comparison to the others and structure of the bunch, not tightly confined together, this type of mold does not present itself as a problem. It does however have the possibility of being destined to aging where the grapes no longer are colored but are completely white. At maturation it reaches elevated levels of acidity and sugar. The Fiano is recommended for all of the regions and is at the basis of the single variety wine of the DOC Sannio.




  The Greco is a vine with much vigour that represents a good relationship with its delivering principles. With its excessive production and great maturity it reaches good levels of acidity and sugars. The grape is brought to the rear of the vine where it is contained and allows for constant production. The Greco is recommended in all the provinces of the region, but it is also cultivated in Puglia, Molise, Lazio and Tuscany. It is at the base of the single variety wines of the DOC Sannio, Taburno and Sant’Agata of Goti.


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