Order it before 24 hours and 3 minutes and receive it Tue 20 with GLS/SDA
Atellanum by Masseria Campito, produced with Asprinio, is of straw yellow color. On the nose are noticeable citrus notes that can be traced back to lemon peel, lime and green apple. At taste tasting has good persistence and good acid balance, so it is cool with a good texture of the wine itself. It accompanies typical dishes of the bell tradition such as sea crudity, mozzarella, fries and daisy pizza
- Vino bianco
- Production area
- Production area (municipality)
- Gricignano of Aversa
- Grape variety
- Serving temperature
- 8-10 °C
- Great with ham and mozzarella buffalo of Aversa, Caciocavallo Silano, provola, pizza and fish dishes
- 0,75 l.
- Straw yellow with golden reflections
- Pleasant citrus notes that can be traced back to the lemon peel and notes of lime and green apple
- Good persistence and good acid balance
A story that is lost in the mists of time, when the luxuriant land of Aversa was called Liburia, in which there existed "grapes that had no equal". The cousins Di Martino, Francesca, Claudia, Simona, and Ludovica, since 2000 have dedicated themselves, in their ownership, to the cultivation of Asprinio grapes, a native vine of the Agro Aversano, already planted with trees, but unfortunately at risk of extinction. The results, more than flattering, rewarded the adoption of the more modern espalier system. All carried out with commitment and absolute dedication, inspired by a strong passion for the territory. In this small-sized company, which produces excellent products, the past meets in the vineyard of noble tradition, and the future in modern systems of vine cultivation and wine production.