Cilento, overlooking an uncontaminated Tyrrhenian Sea, is a
land of sweet and rugged hills rich in Mediterranean vegetation
and olive trees, well suited for viticulture. Nature is protected by
the ‘National Park of Cilento and Vallo di Diano’. The typical
geologic formation of the ‘Flysch del Cilento’, rich in clays and
limestones, is an extraordinary soil for the deep roots of our vine
plants. For some decades the Fiano and the Aglianico, Campania
historical vines, here have found unique and sophisticated
expression at the hands of tenacious growers. Our wines were
born in the municipalities of Castellabate and Giungano.

Castellabate, declared
a UNESCO World Heritage Site,
it is an area embraced by
the most untouched part
of the Gulf of Salerno.
Not far away from these waters,
behind Licosa, we have our
historic vineyards.

Location località Cenito
Total extension 4.60ha
Area under vine 3.90ha
Soil sandy silt with a clay
fraction in the plots of Aglianico.

Vines

Fiano planting in 1972
0.40ha, 3350 ceppi/ha
Plot utilized for the production
of Passito and Kratos
Fiano planting in 1996
2.10ha, 3350 ceppi/ha
Plot utilized for the
production of Kratos
Aglianico planting in 1996
0.50ha, 3350 ceppi/ha
Plot utilized exclusively for
the production of Cenito
Aglianico planting in 1999
0.50ha, 3350 ceppi/ha
Plot utilized for the
production of Cenito and Kleos.
Giungano, small municipality at
the entrance of Cilento, not far
from the archaeological site of
Paestum, where the younger part
of our company has its heartbeat
and extension to an altitude ranges
from 300 and 350 m asl.

Location Denazzano
Total extension 31.00ha
Area under vine in production 8.00ha
Soil clayey-calcareous
with presence of stones.

Vines

Fiano planting in 2006
2.00ha 4150 ceppi/ha
Plot utilized exclusively for
the production of Pietraincatenata
Fiano planting in 2007
2.50ha, 4150 ceppi/ha
Plot utilized exclusively
for the production of Kratos
Aglianico planting in 2006
3.50ha, 4830 ceppi/ha
Plot utilized exclusively
for the production
of Kleos and partly for Denazzano