Le Ali di Mercurio


Marco Antonelli: Cesanese di Olevano Romano Superiore Tyto 2015 – Lavinium

Tyto 2015 Cesanese Olevano Romano Superiore of Marco Antonelli winery told by Roberto Giuliani on Lavinium: “Luckily nowadays, there are people such as Marco Antonelli, since 2016 in organic conversion, who rolled up his sleeves gradually reconverting the old vineyards (about three hectares), following smarter agronomic methods, non-invasive, supported by the experience of the winemaker…

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Le Ali di Mercurio: Tenuta Sarno 1860 – Lavinium

“Just one label, Maura Sarno made her choice from the beginning, focusing the attention on one three hectares vineyard to have the best expression both of the territory and the vine itself. It is located at Candida in the province of Avellino, at 600 metres above sea level, where the soil is a mixture of…

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Le Ali di Mercurio: Cantine I Favati – Lavinium

“Once again a winery that is worth knowing, at Cesinali near Avellino (Irpinia), where Rosanna Petrozziello and her husband Giancarlo Favati also with her brother in law Piersabino lead the estate with the cooperation of the winemaker Vincenzo Mercurio (…) This Greco di Tufo Terrantica 2016 is a great Greco di Tufo, it has a…

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Le Ali di Mercurio: Cantine Benvenuto – Lavinium

Calabria region, in the south of Italy is making great strides in the wine-growing field (…) new esates increase more and more, working in an excellent way in different provinces of this region (…) also at Vibo Valentia, the organic estate of the agronomist Giovanni  Celeste Benvenuto, from Abruzzo region but moved to Francavilla Angitola…

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Le Ali di Mercurio: Cantine Di Marzo – Lavinium

Il Greco di Tufo Docg and Colle Serrone Greco di Tufo cru of Cantine di Marzo on Lavinium.it by Roberto Giuliani: “The first wine is a superb example of a wine that does not fear time, it would deserve a great reserve of bottles to have in the wine cellar in order to open one…

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Le Ali di Mercurio: Tenuta Sant’Agostino – Lavinium

“Tenuta Sant’Agostino at Solopaca (Benevento) belonging to the brothers and sisters Raffaela, Carlo, Gennaro and Mimmo Ceparano, started the rescue of amphora: they have been experimenting two kinds of amphora, one made in porcelain stoneware and the other one in terracotta (pottery) covered by beeswax, thanks to the cooperation with Vincenzo Mercurio, experienced about this…

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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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Le Ali di Mercurio: Azienda Agricola Sant’Elena – Lavinium

“A winery in Friuli Venezia Giulia belonging to Nocerino’s family, with almost 150 years of history, anyway it is just from the 90’s that it was really rebirth (…) From 2015 the winery is provided for  Vincenzo Mercurio who according to his view of a respectful winemaking, define the estate on organic method, a very…

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Le Ali di Mercurio: Stefania Barbot – Lavinium

“Stefania Barbot together with her husband Erminio Spiezia have been made a choice by hearth and passion. They take care their vineyards at Paternopoli (AV), among the 450 and 530 metres above sea level. (…) It is a young winery, first year 2013, aiming all up Aglianico grape variety, in which they really believe, aware…

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Marco Antonelli Vignaiolo in Olevano– Lavinium.it

“One of Marco Antonelli’s merit is undoubtedly to have contributed in rescuing ancient vines of Cesanese variety, in a age between 50 to 80 years. Marco Antonelli produce through organic method, he does not use synthesis chemistry, in the wine cellar the fermentation are spontaneous and he uses low sulfur content.” (…) Cesanese di Olevano…

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