The Campania wines are a journey of surprises; it's a region that does not know filters and half measures, capable of offering highly original wines for peaks of flavour and unpredictability. In this episode of Rare Wines we offer two whites of the insidious 2017 vintage, proposed several years after the harvest, demonstrating an unordinary condition over time.
We are talking about an unpredictability to be cultivated and promoted with pride, because the whites of Campania have truly peculiar profiles and characters over the Italian wine scene. This is the case of the Falanghina harvested at full maturity by Libero Rillo, a specialist in the variety, as is the profile traced by the centenary stethenes of white rovello, locally called greco musc', produced by Contrade di Taurasi.
Rare wines: two white wines from Campania to discover
selected by Gambero Rosso