Denomination: DOC Sannio Greek – Zone: Casalduni – Guardia Sanframondi – Grapes: Fiano 100% – Soil: tufa, clay, limestone – Height: 400 mt. s.l.m. average of the vineyards – Exposure: south / southeast – Training system: Guyot 3500 vines per hectare – Production: 60 ql./ha – Harvest period: late September, early October – Harvest: manual, in boxes – Vinification: pressing cold soft pressing of whole grapes and fermentation of the clean must at a constant temperature of 16 ° C – srvizio Temperature: 12 ° – 14 ° C


For its typicality to have the double cluster, the Carlucci assumed descendants of the grape from the group of the “twin Aminee”, screws introduced in Campania by Greek settlers 2000 years ago and cultivated by the Romans and described by Cato, Virgil, and Pliny the old. Along with the Fiano and Falanghina are the most important and widespread white grape varieties of the traditional bell. The most important name of the province of Benevento is the DOC Sannio.

Serving suggestions: The pairings are purely seafood dishes, but it’s great ancheo for roasts, wild boar meat, based on porcini mushroom dishes.