About Winery and Wines
Rossella Cicalese's farm was born in 2012 after she and her family were looking for the best way to use the land she inherited from her grandfather. A bit of a crazy choice led to the creation of her winery. Their grapes are still picked by hand, one bunch at a time, in their vineyards in Eboli and Perdifumo where sun and sea are protagonists all year round. From these grapes, Rossella Cicalese produces different wines, with different tasting notes, different aromas, and scents.
In Eboli, on a 3-hectare plot, the farm grows Aglianico, while in Perdifumo, an area chosen for its strategic location, with a total of one and a half hectares, both Aglianico and Fiano are cultivated. The type of vine training is Guyot. The farm practices integrated pest management in crop protection with reduced use of chemicals. This pushes them more and more toward low environmental impact techniques both in cultivation and throughout the winemaking process.