A good wine is not always the result of a good grape. Passion, knowledge and tradition are fundamental. Take for example the Guardiolo Doc. Vineyards must be situated on the hilly lands of Guardia Sanframondi, San Lorenzo Maggiore, San Lupo and Castelvenere districts, generally well-exposed. Its clayey-calcareous soil is ideal for the cultivation of grapes. History and the authenticity of the people make the rest.
The local farmers in fact with their tenacity, passion and work have always guaranteed for generations the exclusive feature of this Doc.
The White has a more or less intense straw yellow colour, a delicate scent and a dry, fresh and harmonious taste. Compared to the white Guardiolo, the Falanghina has a paler colour, a distinguishing bouquet and a slightly acidulous taste. Dry and strongly fruity, the Rosato wine is rosy coloured. The Red has a ruby colour, with garnet reflections for the “Riserva” type, a winy and slightly fruity fragrance, with a velvety and soft flavour. The Aglianico, with its ruby red colour, has a slightly tannic taste. Finally, the Spumante, which has a fresh and distinguishing flavour, and a refined and persistent froth. This sparkling wine will fill your glasses with its soft straw yellow reflections.