La Capranera

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            • La Capranera Paestum Aglianico 2020  Front Label
              La Capranera Paestum Aglianico 2020
              Aglianico from Campania, Italy
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              • La Capranera Paestum Falanghina 2020  Front Label
                La Capranera Paestum Falanghina 2020
                Falanghina from Campania, Italy
                  4.0 14 Ratings
                  19 99
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                La Capranera, located in Campania, focuses on making wine from sustain...

                La Capranera, located in Campania, focuses on making wine from sustainably-farmed indigenous grape varieties. La Capranera, which translates to "black goat" in Italian, is named for the breed of goats - cilentana nera - that graze in the national park near where the grapes for these wines are grown. Once on the verge of becoming extinct, the goats have had a resurgence in population, just as wines from Campania have recently enjoyed increased visibility internationally. The wines are made from three ancient, local grape varieties: Fiano, Falanghina, and Aglianico and are harvested from vineyards located in the Capaccio-Paestum area of Campania in the middle of the Cilento National Park. The Tyrrhenian Sea is located just a few miles away and has a moderating effect on the climate of this region, producing excellent wines of exceptional ripeness and balance.

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