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Guido Marsella
Italy – 
Campania – 
Summonte – 
(AV)

THE COMPANY

Guido Marsella began his wine adventure in 1995 and since then his Fiano (made with grapes from his 10 hectares vineyard in Montevergine at an average altitude of 700 metres a.s.l.) is becomed a very unique wine. This intense and persistent wine, of great personality, gives its best after aging few years in bottle. Marsella was a precursor of “modern” Fianos, delaying the sale of the wine of one year to harvest at the best the various expressions of the unique terroir of Summonte. Greco and Falanghina complete the selection, produced with bought grapes. In this way Guido Marsella becomes an all-round producer: an extraordinary interpreter of Campania.

Italy - 

Campania

Campania

Inland in Campania, and especially in the province of Avellino, lies Irpinia, a terroir with a great wealth of mineral microelements. The surface layers are characterized by stratified limestones and deposits of arenaceous and clayey materials. The Mediterranean climate exposes the area to cold, wet winters and hot summers, with large temperature fluctuations between day and night, which are important for the synthesis of grape aromas.

Italy - 

Campania

Campania

Inland in Campania, and especially in the province of Avellino, lies Irpinia, a terroir with a great wealth of mineral microelements. The surface layers are characterized by stratified limestones and deposits of arenaceous and clayey materials. The Mediterranean climate exposes the area to cold, wet winters and hot summers, with large temperature fluctuations between day and night, which are important for the synthesis of grape aromas.