(PONTE – BENEVENTO) Lauranti is a winery that produces wines in Ponte, in Campania, famous for its Aglianico del Taburno Lauranti, Falanghina del Sannio Lauranti wines, and many others.

Lauranti’s History and Philosophy

A young winery, but with deep roots, which date back to the generation of those grandparents, whose presence often returns, between a job in the vineyard or retracing the steps in the cellar. This is exactly how the Iorio family likes to tell it  , today represented by Pierluigi together with his brothers, entrepreneur and winegrower, in which the need for recounted memories and assets not to be lost emerges, as evidence of a life to be protected, valued and promoted.

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Here the wine arena is suitable for a good production of wines and the cultivated vineyards are the autochthonous Aglianico del Taburno , Falanghina del Sannio and Coda di Volpe inside the Taburno Regional Park .

The company vineyards, through a century, have undergone transformations of culture and processing preserving the genesis that binds them to the soil rich in clays, sandstones and limestone boulders, with traces of pyroclastic residues, coming from the volcanoes of Roccamonfina , these characteristics, together with the temperate climate, with excellent exposure sheltered from strong winds, transfer an identity and an excellent productive balance to the vines.

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Strengthened by their traditions, which is also evident from the etymology of the name of the Lauranti company , with which, in the countryside, the team of workers hired for the care of the vineyard was indicated in the first generation. The production of wine takes the form of three labels of the three denominations of the area, from the vineyards located in C / da Pezze and Coccialonga , in Torrecuso at a latitude between 380-260m above sea level.

The wines of Lauranti

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Aglianico del Taburno DOCG , is the result of the vineyard located higher and dating back to 1975, with a radial training system with spurred cordon. Follows the Falanghina del Sannio DOP always coming from the Torrecuso vineyard, but at a lower altitude and the year of planting dates back to 2006, with a espalier system and guyot pruning, ditto for the last wine that closes the line: the Coda di Volpe Sannio DOP with the only difference that it was planted in 2010.

Aglianico del Taburno Lauranti

They are all  wines of great character that have a good structure and good acidity and which represent, even if small in production, an excellent result, which denotes potential growth in the years to come.

Aglianico del Taburno DOCG 2014 – Lauranti

Appellation: Aglianico del Taburno DOC
Grapes: Aglianico 100%
Alcohol: 14%
Wine Tasting: Tasting Sheet


Info & Contacts Lauranti

Address: Via Borgo, 2, 82030 Ponte BN
Tel: +39 340 158 1241
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