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Taurasi DOCG
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Agricola Bellaria produces Taurasi wine in the countryside around Montefalcone, in the province of Avellino. This is one of the very few areas where it is allowed to grow Aglianico, the grape variety from which Taurasi wine is made. Following the strict production standards set by the technical production policy, and after six years of aging, the Aglianico grapes acquire the characteristic features of Taurasi. The origin, characteristics and production methods required for the DOCG appellation are verified by a certified quality auditor.
The exceptional nature of Taurasi is due to the coexistence of various factors such as soil, weather and fertile vineyards in the Irpinia hills, located at an altitude of 500 to 600 meters.
Taurasi wine is aged in oak barrels for twelve months. It undergoes various organoleptic processing methods that give it its characteristic features and taste.
Taurasi then undergoes “molecular maceration,” a day-long process in which juice and skin come into contact under controlled conditions.
The fruity and intense taste of Taurasi wine is complemented by delicious notes of vanilla, licorice and chocolate. With an ideal serving temperature of 16°-18°C, Taurasi wine is perfect for elegant dinners.
The pleasant aroma of Taurasi wine can be more or less intense depending on the alcohol content. Its typical color is ruby red with an orange tinge that becomes stronger as the wine ages.

The origins of Taurasi wine date back to the pre-Roman era. The grape variety Aglianico, from which Taurasi wine is made, was called “Hellenic”, or originating from Greece. Taurasi wine was named after Taurasia, a small village that was captured by the Romans after the victory over Girpin in 80 BC. Then the Romans moved here thousands of settlers from Liguria to work in the vineyards.

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Agricola Bellaria produces Taurasi wine in the countryside around Montefalcone, in the province of Avellino. This is one of the very few areas where it is allowed to grow Aglianico, the grape variety from which Taurasi wine is made. Following the strict production standards set by the technical production policy, and after six years of aging, the Aglianico grapes acquire the characteristic features of Taurasi. The origin, characteristics and production methods required for the DOCG appellation are verified by a certified quality auditor.
The exceptional nature of Taurasi is due to the coexistence of various factors such as soil, weather and fertile vineyards in the Irpinia hills, located at an altitude of 500 to 600 meters.
Taurasi wine is aged in oak barrels for twelve months. It undergoes various organoleptic processing methods that give it its characteristic features and taste.
Taurasi then undergoes “molecular maceration,” a day-long process in which juice and skin come into contact under controlled conditions.
The fruity and intense taste of Taurasi wine is complemented by delicious notes of vanilla, licorice and chocolate. With an ideal serving temperature of 16°-18°C, Taurasi wine is perfect for elegant dinners.
The pleasant aroma of Taurasi wine can be more or less intense depending on the alcohol content. Its typical color is ruby red with an orange tinge that becomes stronger as the wine ages.

The origins of Taurasi wine date back to the pre-Roman era. The grape variety Aglianico, from which Taurasi wine is made, was called “Hellenic”, or originating from Greece. Taurasi wine was named after Taurasia, a small village that was captured by the Romans after the victory over Girpin in 80 BC. Then the Romans moved here thousands of settlers from Liguria to work in the vineyards.

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