2013 Stefania Barbot "Fren" Taurasi (Previously $45)

SKU #1331512

The Stefania Barbot winery is named after its owner, a Friuli native who moved to Irpinia to be close to her Neapolitan husband, Erminio Spiezia, who shares her passion for winemaking. The vines themselves are found in Paternopoli, in the Cerreto area: about 3 hectares on a small plateau around 450 meters in altitude, sitting on clay-limestone deposits from volcanic sediments. Vines derived from 50-year old strains, still cultivated according to the old Irpinian “starsete” system, grow here, right next to the newer pruned-spur cordon-trained plants.

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