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90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "There is some good freshness and bright citrus within the 2018 Falanghina del Sannio Svelato. The wine has a pretty intensity and brightness, with intermingled tones of natural rubber, orchard fruit and grapefruit. A colleague of mine who tasted this wine suggested it would be the perfect pairing for spaghetti with colatura di alici, Campania's inimitable anchovy extract used to flavor local pasta dishes or poured over bread. An ample 65,000 bottles were produced. (ML)" (10/2019) K&L Notes: Another delicious va...

2017 La Capranera Aglianico Campania
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Wine Spectator: "A bright and brambly, easy-drinking red, with light tannins and a fruit-forward mix of crushed raspberry and mulberry, wild herb, citrus and spice flavors. Drink now. (AN, Web Only-2018)" K&L Notes: If you are not familiar with Aglianico, this would be a great place to start! Totally organic and made in the middle of Cilento National Park, this is a sensational red from southern Campania. The all-stainless steel fermentation and aging reveals the purity of the fruit and the site, and the wine is loaded with juicy black fruit. Layered wi...
Price: $12.99

Monica Larner writes: "Casa d'Ambra farms panoramic, breathtaking vineyards located on sea-facing cliffs a stunning 600 meters above the water line. The vines are planted in tight terraces spaced at less than one meter apart. These are some of the most beautiful vineyards in Italy."
Price: $17.99

96 points James Suckling: "I love the spicy and lifted notes here of caramelized orange peel, dried meat, blackcurrants, pomegranate, sea urchin and bark. A seamless and wonderfully elegant, medium-bodied palate follows with finely grained tannins and loads of floral undertones. This wine is all about transparency and subtlety. Best Radici in years." (04/2019) 91 points Wine & Spirits: "This wine’s initial volatile notes blow off to unveil concentrated plum and raspberry flavors infused with notes of black tea, smoke and rare steak. Its firm tannins an...

97 points Decanter: "Wonderful concentration of bright, fresh stone fruit and tropical aromas, the palate is full of ripe yellow flesh fruit, peach and plum, hints of candied fruit and superb, crisp, citrus acidity through the long finish." (06/2018) 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This is one of my favorite white wines from Campania and one that I buy happily (despite that steep price tag) when I'm down on the Amalfi Coast. The 2016 Costa d'Amalfi Furore Bianco Fiorduva is a benchmark blend of 40% Ripoli, 30% Fenile and 30% Ginestra grapes g...


Made from 100% Biancolella from vineyards high up on the isle of Ischia off the coast of Naples. This wine has great depth, mineral character, acidic focus but with a very rich body. Absolutely stunning for mineral-laden-terroir fans! (Recent vintages have been a hit with Vinous and Wine Advocate, too, scoring 91-93 points).
Price: $24.99


91 points Vinous: "Deep red-ruby. Aromas of dark plum, blackberry, soy sauce and sweet spices. Harmonious acidity provides noteworthy clarity and cut to flavors that are similar to the aromas. Boasts a mineral texture and a long finish. This is slightly denser than the Aglianico Bacioilcielo from the same vintage, though both are really good wines. (ID)" (11/2018) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "A pure expression of Aglianico from 15- to 20-year-old vines, the 2016 Paestum Aglianico Donnaluna is a layered and bold red wine. Some 10% of the wine is ferm...

90 points Vinous: "Vivid straw-yellow. Pure, perfumed aromas of apple, pear, minty herbs and lychee. Concentrated, ripe and powerfully structured, in the style of the Ravello Bianco (a usually richer wine compared to Cuomo’s Furore Bianco), offering flavors similar to the aromas. Finishes long, big and juicy, but with very good verve and lift. (ID) " (11/2018) K&L Notes: From the importer: "Cantine Gran Furor Divina Costiera di Marisa Cuomo is located in Furore on the famed Amalfi Coast. These coastal vineyards are perfectly arranged on the stone-walle...

Just north of Naples, right on the coast of Campania, there is a very small grape-growing area called the Campi Flegrei. The soil is so sandy here that the vines can be planted directly in it, without being grafted to other rootstock. Perhaps it is this very unusual fact that makes these wines so distinctive, along with the great care given to the vines and the wine by Luigi di Meo and his family. Since European viticulture was wiped out by the phylloxera insect in the last half of the nineteenth century, there is great nostalgia for the Golden Age of w...
Price: $17.99

97 points Decanter: "An astonishing breakthrough this year for this wine, one of a small and dwindling number of 'heroic' whites produced against dissuasive physical odds on the island of Ischia in the Bay of Naples. It's made from the indigenous Biancolella grape variety which few of our judges had ever tasted before - but its golden colour, almost spritzy style, haunting aromas of wild flowers and fragrant scented hay, and its mouthfilling, complex flavour which seem to hint at celery and fennel as well as quince and medlar captivated everyone who tas...

Established in 1989 by Gaetano Ciccerella, d'Antiche Terra is now a global representative of the ancient history of winemaking in Campania. Working with indigenous varietals, they aim to capture the very essence of one of Italy's most historic yet underappreciated wine regions. This Fiano d'Avellino is a classic rendition of the varietal with bright, refreshing acidity underlying tropical and tree fruits with just a hint of smoke and almond skin to lend it a savory edge.
Price: $19.99



Monica Larner writes: "Some of the best Aglianico in the appellation is made by Enza and Antonella Lonardo, owners of Contrade di Taurasi. The family farms five hectares of ancient vines planted across various limestone and volcanic soil types. Vincenzo Mercurio is the consulting enologist."
Price: $24.99

Importer's notes: "What a delicious red wine. '...soft tannins and berryish flavors are kicked up with a spicy note of cinnamon and dried cherry...distinctive savor and bright acidity' as David Lynch says of Piedirosso in his excellent Vino Italiano. This is a very versatile food wine: serve it with salmon, pork, substantial pasta dishes, and other great everyday dishes. Just north of Naples, right on the coast of Campania, there is a very small grape-growing area called the Campi Flegrei. The soil is so sandy here that the vines can be planted directly ...
Price: $18.99

Monica Larner writes in The Wine Advocate: "The wines of Tenuta San Francesco are readily available at most restaurants and snack bars along the Amalfi Coast from Sorrento to Salerno. Because this beautiful Italian beach destination is just a few hours away from Rome by car, these are low-priced wines that I drink often and with pleasure."
Price: $21.99

91 points Vinous: "Bright straw. Musky aromas of yellow peach and orange. A gently fruity, apricot- and peach-laden fruit cocktail on the palate, offering enticing sweetness, a supple, riper-than-usual texture and a long, savory finish. Drinking window: 2018-2020 (ID)" (11/2018)


96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2010 Montevetrano is flat-out gorgeous. Vibrant, floral aromatics lead to layers of beautifully delineated fruit in this finely sculpted chiseled Montevetrano. A wine of extraordinary beauty, the 2010 impresses for its clarity and nuance. I don’t think I have ever tasted a young Montevetrano with this much pure silkiness and finesse. There is a level of precision and delineation in the 2010 that is truly marvelous. I can’t wait to see how it ages. The 2010 is also notable for a much higher percentage of Aglia...


92 points James Suckling: "The sweet black-cherry and wild-herb aromas are married to some rather dry tannins, together making quite a bold statement. Then, there’s a slew of herbal notes at the finish. Not easy drinking, but full of character. Drink or hold. " (10/2018) 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This is an up-and-coming estate to keep your eye on. The 2015 Irpinia Campi Taurasini Ion delivers a beautifully dark and concentrated appearance with abundant aromas of black cherry, dried blackberry, light spice and campfire ash. Fermentation...

91 points Vinous: "Luminous straw. Aromas and flavors of flinty chamomile, sweet herbs, potpourri, apple and pear. Finishes juicy and with a savory edge, not to mention outstanding persistence. This complex wine is currently a little folded onto itself; I’d give it another six months in the cellar for it to show all it’s got to offer. Drink: 2018-2025. (ID) 91+" (11/2018) 90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Yellow spring flower, citrus blossom and white stone-fruit aromas lead the way. On the elegant linear palate, fresh acidity lifts yellow pear, golden apple...


94 points Decanter: "On the UNESCO world heritage site of the Amalfi Coast lies the the small maritime village of Furore, as seen in Rossellini’s movie L'Amore. Above, there are unique terraces of old, indigenous vines. This wine, slowly fermented in oak, is full of iodine saltiness on both nose and palate, showing white peach and crystalline fruit lifted by laser acidity. It's completely focused on tension despite its graceful texture. (AF)" (10/2019) 94 points Vinous: "Luminous medium-deep golden-tinged yellow. Enticing aromas of fresh pear and apple...


95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2007 Montevetrano is the product of an unusual vintage characterized by hot temperatures that were virtually uninterrupted throughout the year. Bright red fruit, flowers and spices are some of the nuances that emerge from this silky, beautifully balanced Montevetrano. The combination of explosive ripe fruit, richness and finesse is utterly breathtaking. The warmth of the vintage comes through in the wine’s generosity, yet there are no suggestions whatsoever of over- ripeness. This is a magnificent Montevetran...

95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2006 Taurasi Radici hits the palate with masses of blueberries, black berries, flowers and spices. The 2006 is a big, explosive wine in need of considerable cellaring. That said, it is remarkably accessible for a young Taurasi from this historic property. Layers of fruit continue to build towards the exotic, concentrated finish. This is a marvelous wine in the making. The 2006 spent two years in a combination of casks and smaller French oak barrels. (AG)" (04/2011) 92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Radici is a la...

98 points James Suckling: "I love the polish and complexity to this red. It delivers subtle currant, dried herb and spice character as well as a full body that is tight and focused. Such polished tannins. It goes on for minutes. One of the best vintages in years!" (10/2017) 94 points Vinous: "Deep purple-ruby. Rich aromas of dark plum, black currant, cedar, graphite and minerals on the captivating nose. Then clean, fresh and juicy, offering flavors similar to the aromas and an extremely refined mouthfeel. Licorice and violet elements feature on the lon...

92 points Wine Spectator: "Leather, tea leaf and spice notes lead the way in this sculpted, full-bodied red, accenting flavors of dried cherry, black currant and mineral on the mouthwatering palate. Tightly meshed and almost austere today, but this features enough fruit and overall balance to open nicely with decanting or short-term cellaring. Best from 2021 through 2027. (AN)" (10/2019) 90 points Vinous: "Deep ruby. Piercing aromas and flavors of violet, dark cherry and herbs. Enters sweet, then turns dusty, displaying building alcohol-derived warmth ...