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2012 Rajamagra - Vinosia


  • Producer: Vinosia
    Vintage: 
    2012
    Region: 
    Taurasi, Campania
    Country: 
    Italy
    Type: 
    Red Wine
    Grape(s): 
    Aglianico
    Alcohol: 
    14.5%
    Volume: 
    750 ml
    Food Pairing: 
    Pasta, Beef, Lamb, mature cheese 

  • The Winery:

    THE PROJECT

    Vinosia Luciano Ercolino intends to look to the future of the Irpino Territory and wine, producing, in a modern and dynamic business environment and with respect for the environment, a recognizable and recognized sensory quality, through which spread the knowledge of the terroir among more demanding and sophisticated users of the main international markets, who are always fascinated by Italian grape nectars. In the stylistic number of the wines, which nevertheless daring in the innovations and in the oenological approach there has kept, in any case, the best tradition and an almost homemade character, the consumer will recognise the value of an only and inimitable mark, an emotional treasure coming from a millenary history.

    THE VINEYARD

    Vinosia Luciano Ercolino operates more than one hundred hectares of which more than 1/3 of the property, and has about six thousand plants per hectare of Fiano di Avellino, Greek di Tufo, Falanghina and Coda di Volpe, Taurasi Aglianico, Merlot and Primitivo di Puglia manduria, and Negramaro. He has created a modern wine-cellar and a cellar for the processing of approximately twelve thousand five hundred hectoliters of wine. He commercialises with its brand around eight hundred thousand bottles. Each plant produces an average of one pound and four ounces of grape. The most widespread form of rearing in their vineyards is a Guyot. The system of vinification occurs by gravity after the grapes are separated from the stems, in the basins of maceration and fermentation. In all areas of winery architecture allows the entry of natural light. In the deepest part of the basement was realised the gallery of aging wine, through the installation of Slavonian oak casks and “pieces” of French origin.

  • James Suckling: 94 Points



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