Barbera

There is a reason why Barbera is Piemonte’s most planted grape variety: its elevated acidity makes for the ultimate wine for the dinner table. Planting on the alluvial jumble of clay and sandy loam of our Valladares Vineyard coaxes out the concentrated and complex...

Fiano

Fiano is an ancient varietal from Campania where it is treasured for making rich, full-bodied wines with a pronounced savory side, at best showing aromas of smoke, pine and hazelnut. We have found the grape especially compelling when blended with Greco and aged on its...

Greco

Although probably best known for Greco di Tufo bottlings, Greco is planted throughout Campania where it is known to produce mineral-driven white wines with ample body and racy acidity. We have found it a natural blending partner for Fiano on our Valladares Vineyard.

Pallagrello Bianco

Pallagrello Bianco is an ancient grape indigenous to Campania. It has noble roots, having purportedly been a favorite of King Ferdinand IV. Over time the grape had fallen out of favor and was thought to be extinct until it was rediscovered in the 1990s. We tasted...

Moscato

Moscato or Muscat is a family of grapes with origins in Ancient Greece, which are now planted in nearly every wine producing country on earth. Widely beloved for their extraordinary floral and spice aromas and ability to make compelling wines in a variety of styles--...