Aglianico is a mutation of “Hellenico”, the Greek grape, brought by colonists to Southern Italy as early as the 6th century BC. It is Southern Italy’s most important grape, sometimes referred to as the ‘Barolo’ of the South. This is a single vineyard wine produced from 45 year-old vines. Vineyard is situated at 350 meters, facing south-west. Manual harvest takes place first two weeks of November.