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Fattoria Pagano - IGT Campania Organic Aglianico 2019 Fattoria Pagano - IGT Campania Organic Aglianico 2019

Fattoria Pagano - IGT Campania Organic Aglianico 2019

Earthy, uncompromised, for everyday sipping!

Single Bottle:

$31.00
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Type:Red

Varietal:Aglianico

Unit Size:750ml

Alcohol Volume:14%

Region:Campania

Country:Italy

Tasting Notes

With a captivating ruby red hue, this wine entices with its bouquet of wild berries, red cherries, and subtle notes of licorice. It presents a balanced structure that combines freshness and minerality, accompanied by soft and delicate tannins. A harmonious and inviting choice for any wine enthusiast.

Technical Info

Brand:Fattoria Pagano

Closure:Cork

Organic Certification:ICEA IT-BIO-006

Country of Origin:Italy

Serving Temperature:16-18°C

Drink By:2026

Wine Ageing:9 months in stainless steel

Winemaking Style:minimal intervention

Harvest:Hand-harvested 3rd week of October

Winemaking:Vinification in stainless steel at controlled temperature, aged n lees for 9 months.

Viticulture:At an elevation of 280 meters with a south/west exposure, the vineyard features volcanic soil and a plant density of 5400 plants per hectare, pruned using the spurred cordon system. Yields are limited to 1.2 kilograms per vine

Food Pairing:Roast pork loin with crackling skin and apple compote, Slow-roasted pulled pork sandwiches with coleslaw, Porchetta, Italian-style roasted pork with herbs and spices, Sticky barbecue spare ribs with a smoky sauce, Braised baby back ribs with a bourbon glaze, Korean-style short ribs marinated and slow-cooked in a savory sauce.

Reviews and Accolades

AWARDS & ACCOLADES

90

Luca Maroni

Taste Profile

Light

Full Body

Dry

Sweet

Fruity

Savoury

Tannins (Bitterness)

Acidity

Fattoria Pagano

In 2001, Antonio Pagano embarked on a visionary mission: to reintroduce Falerno del Massico to the world. This wine, a descendant of the famed Roman vintage Falernum, once graced the tables of emperors and patricians. Yet, it vanished with the fall of the Roman Empire. The Monte Massico area, its original production site, began to be rediscovered in the 19th century, but only in the last four decades have local producers revived this ancient tradition, resulting in a wine that now stands among Campania's finest. These vineyards, indigenous grapes, sit at an altitude between 270m and 300m above sea level. Their location, behind the dormant Roccamonfina volcano and roughly 5km from the sea, combines volcanic terrain with sea proximity, creating an essential geo-climatic balance for wine production. Antonio, the pioneer of this revival, driven by a deep love for his land, sparked a passion that captivated his son, and together they gave life to this project Fattoria Pagano.

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