.

Active filters

Wine made up of typical Campania vines assembled: Greco, Falanghina and Fiano which after a long fermentation are aged for at least 5 months in barriques giving the wine great body and structure, making it suitable also for long aging.

Falanghina from the Greek-Latin word "Falango", meaning "Palo", since the characteristic of the viticulture of Campania is that of the "Vine tied to the pole", or always from the Greek-Latin term "Falange", giving it the meaning of "Falange ”Of the finger to which one would like the berry to resemble.

Fiano Sannio - La Rivolta Farm | Fiano, a grape called by the Latins "Vitis Apiana" because bees are particularly fond of the sweetness of this grape.

It is a wine with a deep yellow color with golden reflections. The smell is reminiscent of apricot and broom flowers, with hints of exotic fruit. The taste is soft, dense and characterized by an important aromatic persistence of dried apricot, raisins and candied fruit.

Pale straw yellow color and delicate fruit scent that brings back the unmistakable Mediterranean smells of the area of ​​origin. The taste is broad and balanced with a slight dominance of the acidulous note in support of the freshness of the aromas

Aging: all the wines of the company Guido Marsella are marketed at least 18 months after the harvest, as the principle is to leave the must in the wine tanks to mature naturally in all the characteristics, without forcing, in order to allow the wines after the bottling, if kept at a constant temperature, over 10 years

Greco is a grape so named because brought to southern Italy by the Pelasgians of Thessaly in the 8th century BC It is also called "aminea gemina" for the twin form of small bunches.