Indigeno Cardosa – Aglianicone del Cilento wine
How to attest to its indigenous origin of the Cilento National Park, Indigenous? the name of Castel San Lorenzo’s Aglianicone Cardosa wine
With a purple red color and an intense aroma with hints of blackberry, raspberry and wild violet, it is a wine with a fruity, soft and enveloping flavour.
Marco Peduto, owner of the company, is keeping the traditional products? Castel San Lorenzo and is also orienting production towards its flagship wine, Aglianicone, which represents the ancient cru of Castel San Lorenzo. The legend therefore meets the present.
Number of Pieces: 1
Size: 750 ml
Product: Aglianicone wine
Production area: Cilento National Park
Grapes: Aglianicone in purity
Training system: Guyot
Altitude: 300 mt. above sea level
Harvest: End of October
Yield per hectare: 40 ql.
Vinification: temperature-controlled stainless steel vats
Ageing: in steel
Refinement in the bottle: 60 days
Alcoholic degree: 13,50% vol.
Production Company: Cardosa Winery of Maro Peduto
Vini Cardosa: Winery since 1700
As attested by a stone term dating back to 1700 found in the family vineyards, the company has a five-generation tradition of winemakers.
The vineyards are cultivated according to the Guyot, the traditional training system of the area, flanked by the spurred cordon system which allows to further improve the organoleptic qualities of the product.