At the Vinitaly, the different nuances of Aglianico wines

On April 15th, double appointment at the Vinitaly for the women of the Campania wine. A story that winds between the different nuances of Aglianico and all the wines obtained from ancient vineyards

The women of the wine of Campania will give us “emotions” this year, too with tastings dedicated to the wine culture of our region. Where? Of course at the Vinitaly.

Vinitaly
Daniela Mastroberardino and Lorella di Porzio, women of wine

Two appointments you absolutely have to marked on yout agenda: on April 15 at 15:00 in the Tulip Room (piano – 1), the women of the wine of Campania will present “the magic of the old vineyards: the women of the Wine Show wines from vines of 80 years old”.

At the tasting we will have Gilda Guida and Restituta Somma, two known faces of the Campania delegation of the women of wine.

Gilda Guide will be the testimonial of the company Salvatore Martusciello Wines and Restituta Somma of the Sibilla Wines. Both will be protagonists of the meeting dedicated to wines produced by ancient vineyards, respectively with their wines: Ottouve Gragnano of the Sorrentine Peninsula Doc 2017, and Vigna Madre Doc Campi Flegrei, Piedirosso 2013.

Also on April 15th, but this time at 16:30 and in the institutional area of the Campania region, the women of the Campania Wine will present “the different nuances and facets of Aglianico, an ancient and eclectic grape”.

An event – Declares the Campania delegate di Porzio – which aims to the knowledge and dissemination of the culture of wine from Campania, in which the women of wine want to highlight the extraordinary geological and stylistic variety of the Campania region.

At the the same time, they will show the versatility of a grape, like Aglianico, that has always ridden the scene wine in the quality of red from long ageing.

After an introduction on the grape by the woman of the wine -Fosca Tortorelli -Sommelier and official taster A.I.S. as well as an expert in management and communication of wine,  9 wines produced in different territories of Campania will be tasted.

Those are: Sorrentino Vini with Don Paolo IGT Pompeiano Rosso, Azienda Agricola Mario Portolano with Villa Teresa IGT Campania Rosso 2015,  Terredora with Pago dei Fusi Taurasi Docg 2009, Le Antiche Cantine Migliaccio with Fieno di Ponza Rosato IGT Lazio, Rosso Vermiglio with Sannio Aglianico Doc 2015, Tenuta Cavalier Pepe with Opera Mia Taurasi Docg 2012, Cantina dei Monaci  with Santa Lucia Campania Aglianico IGT 2014, Martusciello Wines with Ottouve Gragnano Penisola Sorrentina DOC, Quintodecimo with Terra d’Eclano Irpinia Aglianico DOC 2015.

The women of the wine will help participating the present with a path that will retrace, in terms of time and space, the history of the aglianico grape variety, an undisputed protagonist of the Campania grapes.

Assisted by the intervention of the producers, Fosca Tortorelli, they will light up the characteristics of Aglianico, capturing, at the same time, the nuances that shape and characterize this grape.

Since Aglianico is a generous interpreter of the exceptional territorial variety Campana, it will be interesting to read its character and peculiarity and see how it is expressed in the different areas, represented by wine tasting.

A survey, this proposed by the women of the wine of Campania, which will follow the trail of the geological mosaic of Campania that from the Campi Flegrei reaches to Irpinia and the Benevento, passing through the majesty of Vesuvius and retracing places of extraordinary beauty as The Sorrentine Peninsula and the deep Cilento.

Established that wherever it is expressed, Aglianico remains an extremely fascinating grape with its well defined features, thanks to its intense organoleptic characteristics, such as the vigorous charge of polyphenols that represents one of its distinctive traits.

For informations:
E-Mail campania@ledeonnedelvino.com, Tel. 3898570397 Roberta Raja, Fb: Le donne del vino della Campania

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