Contea dè Altavilla Srl

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83011 Altavilla Irpina AV – Campania – Italy

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Campania Aglianico I.G.P.
Ruby-colored wine with a dry flavor. Vinified at a controlled temperature, it ferments for 10 days. It goes well with meats red, game and aged cheeses.

Data sheet
Ciassification: Campania Aglianico I.G.P.
Grapes: 100% Aglianico
Soil characteristics: Clayey Calcareous Harvest period: End of October beginning of November
Production per hectare: 70 quintals
Alcoholic degree: 12% vol – 13% vol Color: Intense ruby ​​red
Bouquet: Persistent aromas of black cherry and wild blackberry are perceived, with pleasant toasted notes
Taste: Elegant and soft, with notes that recall berries and strawberry jam Pairings: Serve with sauces, red or white meats, roasts, cheeses, game
Campania Greco I.G.P. 

Grapes: 85% Greco and 15% Fiano or Coda di Volpe – Color: Intense straw yellow. The Greco grape is grown in Altavilla Irpina (AV) in soils rich in sulfur which give it an extraordinary complexity and an intense aroma. Taste: With a dry, acidulous flavor with a hint of almond. Pairings: fish dishes, grilled fish, marinara soup, fried fish, babà, pastiera, sfogliatelle.

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Campania Greek I.G.P.
Classification: I.G.P. Campania white
Grapes: Greco and Fiano Alcohol: 11% -12% vol
Color: Intense straw yellow Origin of the grapes: Selected hilly vineyards in the Altavilla Irpina, Tufo and San Paolina area
Soil type: Clayey Calcareous Yield per hectare: 80 quintals
Harvest: Third decade of October Harvest mode: Manual in boxes not exceeding 20Kg Vinification: Cold maceration, soft pressing, fermentation at a controlled temperature not exceeding 16 degrees Maturation and refinement: In stainless steel tanks for 4 months, in bottle for 2 months
Campania Fiano I.G.P.

Grapes: 85% Fiano and 15% Greco di tuff; 11.50 -12.50 vol— Color: less intense straw yellow with greenish reflections. Indicated especially for fish-based dishes, but it also goes very well with dishes based on meats, vegetables and cheeses, as well as appetizer. The nose reveals good personality with intense, clean, pleasing and elegant aromas which start with hints of hawthorn followed by aromas of apple, pear, peach and grapefruit and exotic fruit. The mouth has good correspondence to the nose, a fresh attack however balanced, intense flavors, delicate. The finish is persistent with an aftertaste of toasted hazelnut.

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Classification: Campania Fiano White Wine with Protected Geographical Indication Grapes: Fiano 85% Greco di tuff 15%
Color: Intense straw yellow Origin of the grapes: Selected hilly vineyards in the territory of the Province of Avellino
Soil type: Calcareous clay / Calcareous clay Training system: Espalier Yield per hectare: 80 quintals
Harvest: Third decade of October
Harvest mode: Manual in boxes not exceeding 20Kg
Vinification: Cold maceration, soft pressing, fermentation at a controlled temperature not exceeding 16 degrees
Maturation and refinement: In stainless steel tanks for 4 months, in bottle for 2 months
Greco di Tufo D.O.C.G. 
2020

Wine of unparalleled typicality, affirmed all over the world. The taste denotes acid freshness, with aromas reminiscent of peach, bitter almond, but also broom and citrus fruits. Clean notes of hydrocarbons and sulfur on the nose. This ancient wine is also an elegant aperitif and pairs very well with crustaceans, molluscs and important fish.

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Classification: Greco di Tufo DOCG
Grapes: Greco 100%
Soil characteristics: Clayey Calcareous Harvest period: Second ten days of October
Production per hectare: 80 quintals
Alcohol content: 12.5% ​​vol – 13% vol
Color: Straw yellow
Bouquet: The nose offers fruity hints of apricot, peach and pear
Taste: In the mouth it is soft, mineral, structured and elegant. The pleasant almond bitter is to be appreciated.
Fermentation: In steel tanks at 13/15 ° C Maturation: 5 months in steel tanks Pairings: Suitable with shellfish, grilled fish, poultry, dishes / cold, with raw seafood, buffalo mozzarella, excellent as an aperitif.
Fiano di Avellino D.O.C.G.
2020
It is a leading wine of Italian enology with defined and unmistakable aromatic characteristics. It has yellow color straw yellow, elegant bouquet of peach blossoms, dry and harmonious flavor with aftertaste and a hint of toasted hazelnuts. Yes it goes well with fish-based preparations, but also with vegetable dishes.

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Classification: Fiano di Avellino Docg Grapes: 100% Fiano
Soil characteristics: Clayey Calcareous
Period of Vandemmia: First half of October Production per hectare: 70 quintals Alcohol content: 12.5% ​​vol / 14% vol
Color: Straw yellow with bright greenish reflections
Bouquet: Offers a multitude of aromas, including hints of pear, pineapple, acacia, toasted hazelnut, honey and hawthorn Flavor: Wine of good acidity but at the same time of great softness, with strong hints of hazelnut and almond in the aftertaste
Fermentation: In 13/15 ° steel tanks Maturation: 5 months in steel tanks
Pairings: Recommended as an aperitif, it is a splendid accompaniment to seafood and fish dishes of haute cuisine, vegetable dishes and to drink raw seafood
Irpinia aglianico “Rusios” D.O.C.
2017

Aging wine of ruby ​​color with a persistent uvaceous aroma and a dry, tannic flavor when young, then velvety. It goes well with first courses based on meat sauces, to get to stews and red meats on the spit. Particularly suitable with aged and slightly spicy cheeses, such as caciocavallo from Alta Irpinia.

Data sheet

Classification: Irpinia Doc Grapes: 100% Aglianico
Soil characteristics: Clayey Calcareous Harvest period: End of October beginning of November
Production per hectare: 70 quintals
Alcoholic degree: 13% vol. / 14% vol.
Color: Intense ruby ​​red with garnet reflections Bouquet: Persistent aromas of black cherry and wild blackberry are perceived, with pleasant toasted notes
Taste: Elegant and soft, with notes that recall berries and strawberry jam

Fermentation: Alcoholic fermentation and maceration in steel tanks for about 4-5 weeks Aging: 14 months in steel tanks, 8 months in French oak barriques, 3 months in bottle aging Pairings: Serve with sauces, red or white meats, roasts, cheeses, game

Campania Rosé I.G.P.

Campania Rosé I.G.P. County de Altavilla is a rosé wine made from 100% Aglianico grapes. The vinification and aging are entirely carried out in 18/10 steel vats. Intense pink color with light strawberry-colored veins. On the nose, hints of red berry fruit such as wild strawberries, pomegranate and raspberry; in the background floral and tropical aromas to complement the clear primary fermentative sensations. Fresh on the palate, flowing but in balance between softness resulting from careful vinification and the right time spent on the skins and acidity. Ideal as an aperitif and with raw fish. Pairings with fried seafood, pasta with fish eggs, fried artichokes, white fish carpaccio, pasta with sea urchins, pork salami, sweet and sour pumpkin.

Data sheet

Classification: Rosé wine Grapes: 100% Aglianico

Soil characteristics: Clayey-marly, clayey loam, clayey-silty
Harvest period: End of October beginning of November
Production per hectare: 70 quintals Alcoholic degree: 13% vol. / 14% vol.
Color: Intense pink color with light strawberry-colored veins
Bouquet: Hints of red berry fruit such as wild strawberries, pomegranate and raspberry; in the background floral and tropical aromas to complement the clear primary fermentative sensations.
Taste: Elegant and soft, with notes that recall berries and strawberry jam, fresh, smooth but in balance between softness resulting from careful vinification and the right time spent on the skins and acidity.
Fermentation: Alcoholic fermentation and maceration in steel tanks for about 4-5 weeks Maturation: 14 months in steel tanks. Pairings: Fried seafood, pasta with fish eggs, fried artichokes, white fish carpaccio, pasta with sea urchins, pork salami, sweet and sour pumpkin
Primitivo del Salento I.G.P.

IGP Protected Geographical Indication Primitivo Salento. Wine with an intense ruby ​​red color, with a very intense fruity and characteristic aroma, it has a full-bodied, harmonious, well balanced taste.

 

Data sheet

Classification: Primitivo del Salento I.G.P. Grapes: Primitivo 100%
Soil characteristics: Medium-grained clay, with a depth well below one meter.
Harvest period: First weeks of September. Production per hectare: 70 quintals
Alcoholic degree: 13,50% vol
Fermentation: Thermo-controlled maceration of about 10 days, alcoholic fermentation with selected yeasts.
Characteristics: Color: very intense ruby ​​red with violet reflections;
Bouquet: intense, fruity with notes of plum and cherries, spicy with hints of rosemary and vanilla;
Palate: full-bodied wine, soft and harmonious, easy to drink and pleasant. A wine that manages to keep the organoleptic characteristics intact for 3 years.
Aging: In steel.
Pairings: Robust first courses, red meats and game, hard cheeses.
Sciascinoso D.O.C.
2020

THE SCIASCINOSO IS A VERY ANCIENT MYSTERIOUS VARIETY DATING BACK TO THE TIME OF PLINIUS IL VECCHIO. VINIFIED IN PURITY, IT HAS A LIGHT BODY WITH NOSE NOTES OF RED WILD FRUITS AND CHERRY. THE TASTE IS FRESH AND MODERATELY TANNIC. IT IS A YOUNG WINE TO DRINK.

DATA SHEET: PRODUCTION AREA: IRPINIA (Italy)

COLLECTION: BY HAND IN 15 KG BOXES VINIFICATION: TRADITIONAL MACERATION FOR RED WINES FERMENTATION: THERMOCONTROLLED IN STAINLESS STEEL AGING: 4 MONTHS IN BOTTLE COLOR: INTENSE RUBY RED WITH BEAUTIFUL BRILLIANT REFLECTIONS BOUQUET: INTENSE AND FRUITY WITH HINTS OF CHERRY, PLUM AND BLUEBERRIES TASTE: FRESH AND MODERATELY TANNIC PAIRING: LIGHT FIRST COURSES, SOUPS, SALAMI, FRESH AND SEMI-HARD CHEESES, WHITE MEAT.

Taurasi D.O.C.G. 
2011

Wine of great tradition and aging, with an intense ruby ​​color with garnet reflections, a large, complex, intense bouquet with varietal notes of black cherry, wild berries, plum, violet, spicy and mineral hints, and elegant, soft, velvety and intense; on the palate it offers notes of plum, black cherry and chocolate, dry, robust body with a persistent aftertaste.

Data sheet
Classification: Taurasi Docg
Grapes: 100% Aglianico
Soil characteristics: Clayey Calcareous Harvest period: End of October beginning of November
Production per hectare: 70 quintals Alcoholic degree: 13% vol – 14% vol
Fermentation: Alcoholic fermentation and maceration in steel tanks for about 4-5 weeks Aging: 14 months in steel tanks, 18 months in French oak barrels, 6 months of aging in bottle Pairings: Serve with sauces, red or white meats, roasts, cheeses, game
Taurasi D.O.C.G. 
2015

Wine of great tradition and aging, with an intense ruby ​​color with garnet reflections, a large, complex, intense bouquet with varietal notes of black cherry, wild berries, plum, violet, spicy and mineral hints, and elegant, soft, velvety and intense; on the palate it offers notes of plum, black cherry and chocolate, dry, robust body with a persistent aftertaste.

Data sheet
Classification: Taurasi Docg Grapes: 100% Aglianico
Soil characteristics: Clayey Calcareous Harvest period: End of October beginning of November
Production per hectare: 70 quintals Alcoholic degree: 13% vol – 14% vol
Fermentation: Alcoholic fermentation and maceration in steel tanks for about 4-5 weeks Aging: 14 months in steel tanks, 18 months in French oak barrels, 6 months of aging in bottle Pairings: Serve with sauces, red or white meats, roasts, cheeses, game
Taurasi D.O.C.G. Riserva 
2015

Reserve 2012 Wine of great tradition and aging of intense ruby ​​color with granite reflections with a large, complex, intense bouquet with varietal notes of black cherry, wild berries, plum, violet, spicy and mineral hints, and a soft, velvety and intense binder; on the palate it offers notes of plum, black cherry and chocolate, dry, robust body with a persistent aftertaste.

Data sheet

Classification: Taurasi Docg Riserva 2012 Grapes: 100% Aglianico
Soil characteristics: Clayey Calcareous Harvest period: End of October beginning of November
Production per hectare: 70 quintals
Alcoholic degree: 14% vol
Fermentation: Alcoholic fermentation and maceration in steel tanks for about 4-5 weeks Aging: 14 months in steel tanks, 22/26 months in French oak barrels, 6 months of aging in bottle
Pairings: Serve with sauces, red or white meats, roasts, cheeses, game.