Le Ali di Mercurio


Italy’s Indigenous Varieties, Part One – Forbes.com (Tom Hyland)

On Forbes magazine Tom Hyland  talks about the Italian indigenous varieties such as Aglianico: “Aglianico is the most famous red variety of Campania, and is the principal red variety of Taurasi, one of Italy’s greatest and longest lived red wines. (…)Another excellent example of a rich Aglianico-based red is Aglianico del Taburno, from the province of…

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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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I dieci migliori rosati della Campania 2017 – LucianoPignataro wineblog

Aglianico del Taburno Le Mongolfiere a San Bruno 2017 Docg of Fattoria La Rivolta among the best ten rosé wine in Campania for 2017: “Mongolfiere a San Bruno is the good rosé wine made by Paolo Cotroneo (Fattoria La Rivolta’s owner) (…)Vincenzo Mercurio can obtain a rosé as we like, definite but not high-spirited, on…

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Coda di Volpe, dieci etichette da non perdere del 2017 – LucianoPignataro wineblog

Coda di Volpe 2017 of Fattoria La Rivolta (Benevento, Campania) among the ten best labels not to be missed: “This white wine is one of the most fascinating in Campania. In steel, starting as fresh, rich, persistent and precise in the final. After about three or four years the Coda di Volpe of Paolo Cotroneo…

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Vini bianchi del Sud. Parte prima: Campania – Gambero Rosso

On GamberoRosso website the list of the rewarded wine estate from Campania, among which: Fattoria La Rivolta – Falanghina del Sannio Taburno ’16 (Torrecuso, Benevento) I Favati – Fiano di Avellino Pietramara ’16 (Irpinia, Cesinali) Villa Diamante – Fiano di Avellino V. della Congregazione ’16 (Irpinia, Montefredane) Cantine di Marzo – Greco di Tufo ’16…

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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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20 Wines Under $20: Reds for Winter Moods and Foods – The New York Times

A great outcome for Fattoria La Rivolta with its Aglianico del Taburno 2013 on The New York Times, in ‘The Pour’ newspaper heading by Eric Asimov. “Aglianico, one of the great grapes of southern Italy, can make wines that will evolve for decades, and others that are enjoyable while they’re young. This Aglianico del Taburno…

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Aglianico del Taburno della Fattoria La Rivolta a Torrecuso

Gennaro Miele talks about Aglianico grape variety, one of the main red wine symbols in South of Italy, in particular he pauses on Campania region, where Taburno area is the best expression for this varietal. In fact, the wine he choose to tell us is the Aglianico del Taburno by Fattoria La Rivolta: “The tasted…

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Aglianico del Taburno Terra di Rivolta Riserva 2012 Fattoria La Rivolta

Il Tempo deals with the Aglianico produced in the Sannio area (Campania): “Among the widest realities, Paolo Cotroneo’s winery is a flagship for producing and the quality in all Benevento province, in the winemaking area of Taburno. Terra di Rivolta aglianico is a real masterpiece for its complexity and elegance, able to captivate also the…

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