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The name Camerlengo is inspired by the Cardinal who, with the Pope's consent and gratitude, gave Rapolla a lot of land to cultivate, at the time of Frederick II. The suggestive and ancient cellar, originates from the tuff and is located in the park of the Cantine di Rapolla, a small town on the slopes of the Vulture, a dormant volcano that has enriched the surrounding land with precious elements for the cultivation of the vine.
The soul of the company is the architect Antonio Cascarano, histrionic and wise producer who wanted to revive the company of his grandfather Giovanni Falaguerra, a well-known producer of wine and oil until the sixties. In every wine, Aglianico expresses the its peculiarities of course, following the natural rhythms of nature and the transformations given by the right wait, it is the most widespread black grape variety in southern Italy and which in the Vulture, an extinct volcano in the province of Potenza, reaches extraordinary structure and complexity