Surrounded by a hilly and sunny land, a vineyard grows with unique characteristics and full of history. It is the Asprinio di Aversa, a white variety traditionally grown on typical Aversan trees.
The vine, "married" to poplars, extends its branches to the sky up to 20 meters in height. This type of cultivation gives rise to a wine characterized by a remarkable acidity and a sweet citrus aroma, with a distinctly dry, fresh and pleasant taste in the mouth. Asprinio would have animated the warm summer evenings of Pope Paul III Farnese during his travels in Campania. Sante Lancerio, sommelier of His Holiness, tells us that Pope Paul III Farnese used Asprinio as a refreshing drink, allowing himself a drink before falling asleep.