The Macchialupa Winery is located in the Valle del Sabato, on the border between the provinces of Avellino and Benevento, amid wide valleys and towering ridges where, at an altitude of around 450 meters, the Falanghina, Greco, Fiano and Aglianico grape types are cultivated. Their passion and love for an area rich in winemaking traditions and culture led enologist Angelo Valentino and agronomist Giuseppe Ferrara to set up this small winery, which is masterfully run by its founders.
Tones of almond, hazelnut and natural stone fruit give this golden wine thicker density and a heavier, fuller-bodied impression overall. This Greco di Tufo offers honey-coloured highlights and has some sour almond skin flavours on the close.
Perfect for fish dishes straight for the BBQ or summer patio sipping.