Mastroberardino 2004 Lacryma Christi Del Vesuvio
compelling indigenous varieties. Red production is dominated by the Aglianico grape with the Taurasi wine (often referred
to as the “Barolo of the South) being the supreme expression of the late-ripening Aglianico.Over the last few decades much
work has gone into reclaiming the ancient pre-phylloxera clones of Aglianico and the results have been striking. More recent
efforts to fully understand the potential of Casavecchia and Pallagrello Nero point to significant potential as growers learn
how to get the most out of these indigenous red varieties. In short, Campania offers one of the broadest palettes of wines
around. At their finest, these are among the most extraordinary wines being made anywhere.