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Al Vinitaly Greco e Fiano sfida ai bianchi del Veneto – LaRepubblica

Antonio Corbo on Repubblica newspaper leads us through the Vinitaly 2019, the 53^ international wine fair at Verona. A great presence of the wineries from Campania. Among the main winemakers of the new lever there is Vincenzo Mercurio. He sides with great wineries also out of Campania region. In addition to Fattoria La Rivolta, I…

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Chardonnay Castel del Monte Doc 2016 Masseria Faraona – LucianoPignataro wineblog

“In Italy the Chardonnay is grown with good outcomes everywhere, such as in Puglia where Masseria Faraona at Corato (Bari) produces a considerable quantity of bottles. Here it is the Chardonnay Castel del Monte Doc 2016, lead by the oenologist Vincenzo Mercurio. A limpid straw yellow; to the nose it is complex and surrounding, fruity…

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Spaccapietre Castel del Monte Rosso Doc 2016 Masseria Faraona – LucianoPignataro wineblog

“Spaccapietre Castel del Monte Rosso Doc 2016 of Masseria Faraona (from Puglia): is a delicate and gentle wine, with the advice of the winemaker Vincenzo Mercurio. It is a blend of Nero di Troia 80% and cabernet sauvignon, grape varieties growing in the Alta Murgia National Park on a soil rich of minerals at 450…

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Le Ali di Mercurio: Masseria Faraona – Lavinium

Masseria Faraona’s wines on Lavinium.it, a pleasant wine excursus of Roberto Giuliani: “Alta Murgia National Park, San Magno contrada at Corato town near Bari; Masseria Faraona was born in 2000 by planting native grape varieties such as Bombino bianco and Bombino nero, pampanuto, aglianico, Uva di Troia, and also allochthonous like chardonnay and sauvignon (…)…

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Quel Bombino cosi’ gentile che conquista il Nord Europa – La Repubblica

“This Bombino wine tells better its territory, unusual hill with a limestone base, the roots touch the rock, therefore a low and white soil. The winemaking role of the oenologist Vincenzo Mercurio from Campania, saves the original feature distinguishing Masseria Farona: the minerality. (…) The four Casillo brothers, Masseria Faraona’s owners, in addition to their…

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Luciano Pignataro wineblog: i bianchi di Masseria Faraona

Scents and freshness described with a great professionalism by Enrico Malgi for Masseria Faraona, a wine cellar from Puglia (Italy) located in the beautiful place of The Alta Murgia National Park. “They take two international vines, too, the Chardonnay and the Sauvignon, that enrich an already excellent ampelographic tradition”, such as the native vine of…

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