Le Ali di Mercurio

I Comuni nel vino su Bibenda

“Comuni nel vino” is a challenging reality, regrouping three winemakers whose wines are produced in the Doc Irpinia Campi Taurasini: Stefania Barbot, De’ Gaeta, Azienda Agricola RaRo. It’s an Aglianico 100%. “They have in common the same oenologist Vincenzo Mercurio, graduated at the ancient Faculty of  Agriculture in Portici (Naples-Italy), specialized on the aromatic and…

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Taurasi raising: Cantine Lonardo – Antonio Galloni Vinous

“Needless to say, if you can find the wines – especially the vineyard designates – don’t hesitate. There are only a handful of wines in the world that are so deeply evocative of a grape, a place and a vintage. Readers will find all of that – and so much more – here. Cantine Lonardo is a…

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The Good Campanians: stories, grapes and wines from Italy’s deep south – Quentin Sadler

Quentin Sadler was a guest at Campania Stories, which is a wonderful event designed to immerse wine writers and wine educators in the exciting world of Campania wine. He was impressed by the emphasis in the wines, so he visited some of the different wineries in Campania, such as Fattoria La Rivolta, “an excellent winery that is one…

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Fattoria la Rivolta vini di eccellenza campana Bio e Vegan

“Fattoria La Rivolta wines, led by Paolo Cotroneo, show how it can be possible to work with respect to nature and lands achieving a good product, anyway. Besides being biological wines, Fattoria La Rivolta don’t use for them products of animal origin.” For the entire article click on the link below, please. “I vini di Fattoria…

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Cantina Barone con Fiano Cilento brillante ingresso nel mondo-bio – LaRepubblica

“Barone Agricultural and Winery Farm, a young company, founded in 2004 but proposeful, following a rational way. It starts from the oenologist: innovative and ambitious. Thanks to Vincenzo Mercurio it aims for organic wine, “Una Mattina 2013” is the first cerified label. To begin they chose the Fiano Cilento, giving good overcomes, followed by the…

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The New Campania: Cantine Lonardo and Fattoria La Rivolta – Decanter

“Campania is Italy’s most exciting wine region” says Tom Maresca. “An ambitious new generation is heading south to work the land that their parents and grandparents fled, with outstanding results. (…) “A handful of rediscovered and rescued varieties are exciting growers with their potential”. Among the Tom Maresca’s dozen wineries to watch we can find…

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Taurasi DOCG 2005, Contrade di Taurasi

Alessandro Marra his visit to Contrade di Taurasi  at Cantine Lonardo, tasting the Grecomusc’ 2009, the Irpinia DOC Aglianico 2009, the Taurasi 2007 and 2005, and finally the cru not yet on the market: il Vigne d’Alto e il Coste. For the entire article click on the link below, please. Alessandro Marra ripercorre la sua visita a Contrade di Taurasi nelle Cantine Lonardo, provando il Grecomusc’ 2009, l’Irpinia…

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