Precious wines

BLU ONICE

Blu Onice –  Irpinia Aglianico D.O.C. Wine so called because the vineyard is the first on a rocky ground near an ancient onyx quarry located near Gesualdo. The stones extracted from this quarry are more similar to those of the yellow color are also characterized by particular blue streaks from which the name derives  READ MORE

EREMOSANQUIRICO

Eremo San Quirico ‐ Aglianico Campi Taurasini D.O.C. The Cru Eremo San Quirico is the emblem of Nativ and our love for the origins. Born from 150-year-old vineyards on the Taurasi hills, this precious and rare wine is available is a very small quantity. Balanced, well-structured and smooth: Eremo San Quirico is a lovely and pleasant wine that can meet the taste of amateurs and experts at the same time. READ MORE

Bicento – Aglianico dei Campi Taurasini D.O.C. Important red wine whose vines grow on volcanic soils on the Taurasi hills. The name of this wine comes from the 200-year-old vines from which we produce this wine. Bicento literally means “twice 100”. READ MORE

Special wines

CENTOVITI

Centoviti – Campania Rosato I.G.T. Wine produced from Aglianico grape. The name originates from one of the streets of the village near to Nativ cellar. The popular tradition tells that the French troops honored madams with roses during their passage in Paternopoli. READ MORE

SUADENS

Suadens – Campania Bianco I.G. T. The name “Suadens” has been chosen to represent the suaveness of this wine, which is a molecular project aimed at valorizing not only the autochthonous vines of Irpinia, but also the typical local fruits, that aren’t cultivated anywhere else in the world. READ MORE

SUADENS ROSSO

Suadens Rosso – Campania Rosso I.G. T. The name “Suadens” has been chosen to represent the suaveness of this wine, which is a molecular project aimed at valorizing not only the autochthonous vines of Irpinia, but also the typical local fruits, that aren’t cultivated anywhere else in the world. READ MORE

Autochthonous Wines D.O.C.G.

FIANO DI AVELLINO

Fiano di Avellino D.O.C.G. Old wine whose first traces date back to Plinio Il Vecchio. The name Fiano comes from the “Apiane” grapes which are characterized by intense sweetness and are therefore particularly loved by bees.  READ MORE

GRECO DI TUFO

Greco di Tufo D.O.C.G. The wine was introduced by the Greeks along the Tyrrhenian coasts. The name comes from the characteristic shape of its cluster whose grapes are grouped in pairs, hence the name Aminea Gemina. The rich soils of minerals, typical of the area where Greco is cultivated, are particularly suitable for this wine and give it its characteristic flavor. READ MORE 

Rue 333, Taurasi D.O.C.G.  Wine made from Aglianico grape, whose aging in oak barrels for two years, gives it the specific name of Aglianico di Taurasi D.O.C.G. also in honor of the country where this type of grape is cultivated. READ MORE

rue333

Rue 333,Taurasi Riserva D.O.C.G. Wine made from Aglianico grape, whose aging in oak barrels for two years, gives it the specific name of Aglianico di Taurasi D.O.C.G also in honor of the country where this type of grape is cultivated. READ MORE

Irpini wines D.O.C.

Irpinia Aglianico D.O.C. This wine was brought on the Tyrrhenian coasts by the Greeks when they funded their colonies in centuries VII- VI B. C. This could explain the presence of the synonyms Ellenico, Ellanco that then changed in Aglianico. This is the first DOC born in Irpinia. READ MORE 

25 Rare” Irpinia Greco D.O.C.  The name of this wine was inspired by the so called “rare” 25 steps that connect the old town of Paternopoli to the part that was completely rebuilt after the earthquake in 1980. READ MORE

Campani wines I.G.T.

Rue dell’Inchiostro Campania Aglianico I.G.T.  The name “aglianico” dates back to the Greeks who brought this wine on the Tyrrhenian coasts when they funded their colonies in centuries VII-VI B. C. That could explain the presence of synonyms of Ellenico, Ellanico, that changed in Aglianico. The name “RUE DELL’INCHIOSTRO” comes from the name “ Rue” which was attributed to the streets in Paternopoli during the French domination. The word “ink” defines the characteristic purple that wine. READ MORE

Vico Riviera N° 99 Falanghina Beneventano I.G.T. The name probably derives from the fact that vines it were tied to supporting poles called “falanga” and therefore Falanghina which literally means vines supported by poles. READ MORE