An exemplary expression of the Aglianico vine from Taurasi, this wine represents the history and culture of Irpinia viticulture. Harvest after harvest, without ever falling short of expectations, Taurasi Mastroberardino retains intact the energetic personality and full-bodied structure that have made it famous throughout the world.

Montemarano, with south-east exposure and clayey soil. Mirabella Eclano, with south-west exposure and well-drained sandy-loam soil. Average altitude of 450 m. above sea level Espalier training system with spurred cordon pruning. Average planting density of 4,000 vines/ha. Yield of approximately 50 q/ha and 1.3 kg/vine


Classic red vinification, long maceration with the skins (about 25 days) at a controlled temperature (22°C-24°C). Aging in French oak barriques and Slavonian oak barrels for approximately 24 months and at least 24 months in the bottle.


Nose: It offers a broad, complex, intense bouquet rich in hints reminiscent of cherry, violet, small red fruits and a peculiar spicy aroma.

Taste: Enveloping and elegant in the mouth. Aroma of plum, black cherry, strawberries and intense spicy sensations.