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San Salvatore – Jungano Aglianico

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Italy
Campania
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Red

The Facts

UPCs 2017 (750ml) - 8 051566 341221
Origins Italy > Campania
Appellation Paestum
Varietal Aglianico
Cepage 100% Aglianico
Markets California

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The Character

Tasting Notes Hints of ripe plum jam and spices carefully measured with clove and cinnamon. In the mouth the wine is soft with a long, persistent finish.
Awards 92pts Wine Advocate, 91pts James Suckling, 90pts Decanter
Sustainability Certified Organic, Biodynamic In Practice

The Story

Fermentation takes place at controlled temperatures in stainless steel tanks with a long maceration. Fining for 12 months in Tonneau with 40% and 40% in second and third passage barriques and 20% in stainless steel tanks. The wine spends 8 months more in the bottle before release. Jungano is a local name for the town of Giungano, a town near the San Salvatore vineyards.

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About San Salvatore

Brand Story

San Salvatore combines the environmentally conscious with both tradition and technology to achieve modern wines of character. Driven by biodynamic farming, winemaker Giuseppe Pagano utilizes several unique plots of grapes strewn across the Campania region of Southern Italy. It is there that he produces wines made from native varieties such as Falanghina, Fiano, Greco and Aglianico. Among the historic vineyards, San Salvatore is flanked by olive groves, crops, and an infamous herd of water buffalo. All of these parts come together to form the biodiverse, sustainability-focused wines of Cilento.


Brand Story

San Salvatore combines the environmentally conscious with both tradition and technology to achieve modern wines of character. Driven by biodynamic farming, winemaker Giuseppe Pagano utilizes several unique plots of grapes strewn across the Campania region of Southern Italy. It is there that he produces wines made from native varieties such as Falanghina, Fiano, Greco and Aglianico. Among the historic vineyards, San Salvatore is flanked by olive groves, crops, and an infamous herd of water buffalo. All of these parts come together to form the biodiverse, sustainability-focused wines of Cilento.

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