The Castello Ducale winery is run from an old manor house in Campania in southern Italy. There the Donato family has been producing wines for 4 generations. Castello Ducale produces wines from the typical grapes of the region, Aglianico, Falanghina, white and black Pallagrello and Casavecchia, with small quantities of Sangiovese and Barbera. The winery cultivates 15 hectares of vineyards, all from organic farming (ICEA Inspection Body of Modena, cod. T. az 496) grown on trellises on the hills of Castle Camps and the lands of Solopaca.
Falanghina, Campania, IGT, 2011
This wine has a slight pine scent, with hints of citrus blossom aromas, in particular, bitter orange. On the palate, it shows classic apple and pear flavors with spicy or mineral notes.
Falanghina Sannio, Campania, DOC, 2011
This wine has a pale yellow color enriched with light shadings. It is infused with clean perfume aromas of vanilla, fruits, and flowers. In the mouth, it offers typical notes of mature white fruit that improve the structure.
Aglianico, Campania, IGT, 2010
This wine has aromas of chocolate and plum. This wine is full-bodied with firm tannins and high acidity, endowing it with good aging potential.