Le Ali di Mercurio

Sheep, la coda di pecora de Il Verro regala al territorio un grande bianco da invecchiamento – Campaniaslow.it

Coda di Pecora grape variety, between the Monte Maggiore and the south side of the Roccamonfina volcano, is exalted by Il Verro at Formicola town, a winery already well-known for Pallagrello and Casavecchia native varieties; led by Cesare Avenia (…) who gave us the privilege to take part in his Coda di Pecora vertical tasting,…

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Verticale 2018-2011 di Sheep Coda di Pecora Azienda Agricola Il Verro – LucianoPignataro wineblog

“Cesare Avenia (Il Verro owner) took seriously his job as wine-grower, also thanks the skilled winemaker Vincenzo Mercurio, keeping on with this objective by his own (…) The so-called Coda di Pecora grape variety (Sheep Tail), a rare and native white variety was rediscovered and launched again just by Il Verro winery, a grape variety…

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Dalla Tenuta Sant’Agostino un Trebbiano di rispetto – Corriere del Mezzogiorno

VentiVenti Trebbiano made in amphora 2017 of Tenuta Sant’Agostino on Corriere del Mezzogiorno newspaper: “(…) Together with his brothers and sister Domenico, Raffaela and Gennaro, Carlo Ceparano decided to found the winery Tenuta Sant’Agostino (…) To support the vinification of native grapes at its best (Malvasia, Trebbiano and Aglianico) he called the winemaker Vincenzo Mercurio….

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Sogno 2017 La Rivolta sempre avanti – LaRepubblica

“Fattoria La Rivolta winery of Paolo Cotroneo traces a new direction in a territory already exalted with the acclaim as European capital 2019 by Racevin for its Falanghina. (…) Together with Vincenzo Mercurio, a winemaker always eager for news, it launches “Sogno di Rivolta” harvest 2017. It’s a white wine passing a short time in…

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Scomposto, una malvasia in anfora – The Intenet Gourmet

The Malvasia in amphora of Tenuta Sant’Agostino is told by Marina Alaimo on TheInternetGourmet website: “Tenuta Sant’Agostino is located in Solopaca (Benevento area), a land of wine (…) this winery was born thanks to the beautiful family moments lived among the vineyards on the slopes of the Taburno Mount. The owners are Raffaela, Carlo, Mimmo…

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Sant’Agostino, la Malvasia si veste di lusso – LaRepubblica

Scomposto 2016, Malvasia grape variety of Tenuta Sant’Agostino on Repubblica by Antonio Corbo: “Carlo Ceparano, Tenuta Sant’Agostino’s owner, tells us about his strange life:a happy ride against the tide (…) After making wines just for family and friends, they want to get higher quality: organic, as soon as possible biodynamic. They miss an oenologist, they…

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Premiati da Legambiente i migliori vini biologici e biodinamici d’Italia – agricoltura.legambiente.it

Simbiosi – Beneventano Rosso Igp/Igt 2016 di Fattoria La Rivolta a Torrecuso (Benevento) among the best organic and biodynamic red wines awarded by Legambiente. Moreover, a group of graduate students in Viticulture and Oenology at University of Pisa, evaluated among the organic wines, separated from the official commission, the most appreciated  ones by a young…

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Sogno di Rivolta 2016 Beneventano igt Fattoria La Rivolta – LucianoPignataro wineblog

“Sogno di Rivolta di Paolo Cotroneo made with Fiano, Greco and Falanghina varieties means elegance, power and Energy (…) A great white wine, to be kept for ten years before uncorking, as evidence of the versatility of Torrecuso territory, capable to express itself both through the reds and whites. Sogno di Rivolta can never die…

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Il Verro: Vitigni salvati nelle terre del cinghiale – www.bibenda.it/www.ilmessaggero.it

A focus on Il Verro winery by Franco Maria Ricci for bibenda.it and ilmessaggero.it: “We are in the Caserta area, in the middle of the DOC Casavecchia, a territory where they make the hunting wild boar in fact the name of this winery comes from the word ‘verru’ dialectal name of the male boar. This…

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I vini bianchi di Campania Stories 2019 (un parziale report) – Intravino.com

Antonio Tomacelli, on his blog Intravino.com, tells us about his tastings of wines during the last edition of Campania Stories 2019. Among the tasted wines, we see: Coda di Volpe, Fattoria La Rivolta – Sannio DOP Coda di Volpe 2018: Too young to express complex scents anyway it is enough to show elegance and power on…

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