A variety named Aminea Gemina by Plinius in Naturalis Historia due to the shape of the clusters that branch out as twins from the stem
Area within the Taburno DOC appellation
Hilly-area, 200-600 metres on sea level, south-east exposure
Clayey and calcareous marl
4000 vines per hectar
End of September, manual harvest
The clusters are picked when they are perfectly ripe, followed by destemming, crushing and soft pressing. The must ferments at 15 degrees Celsius in stainless steel vats
Greco is very concentrated. Its aroma is typical and complex, with dry apricot, citrus peel and honey notes.