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'Aorivola' I Cacciagalli 2021
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'Aorivola' I Cacciagalli 2021

I Cacciagalli

"Aorivola" is a white wine from Campania made from Pure Falanghina aged exclusively in steel. Rich Mediterranean notes with citrus accents and floral returns create a fine and typical symphony of aromas. The simple structure, delicious tanginess, and vibrant freshness accompany the sip to a long, lingering finish

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Roccamonfina IGT


Falanghina 100%


Alcohol content

12.5 %


75 cl Bottle


Fermentation in stainless steel with the exclusive use of indigenous yeasts


In steel, then bottled without filtration

Filosofia produttiva

Indigenous yeasts, Independent Winegrowners, Natural, Triple A

Additional Notes

Contains sulfites


Aorivola I Cacciagalli is undoubtedly one of the finest Italian Falanghinas, an intact and credible interpretation of the well-known grape variety. When one speaks of Falanghina, one sadly thinks of the homologated aperitif bar proposals, in which the well-known wine from Campania is never lacking but is often discredited by unremarkable and cheesy samples. This is certainly not the case with the one vinified by Diana and Marco, founders of the I Cacciagalli winery and custodians of a splendid terroir such as that of Sannio Beneventano, where in addition to the aforementioned white grape variety, there is room for Aglianico, Pallagrello Nero, Piedirosso and Fiano, grown without any chemical or synthetic substances that can deprive them of their energy. The intent is precisely to give back to the territory, and Marco and Diana's bottles often speak to us in a direct but austere way, with the need to be approached with a little patience. The (minimal) wait generously rewards, making us discover deep and vital liquids, purchasable moreover at a very advantageous price. Absolute certainty.

Aorivola is made from pure Falanghina grapes grown on volcanic soils in the Sannio Beneventano area with extremely low yields. In the vineyard, as already mentioned, the principles of biodynamics are followed, while in the cellar, the alcoholic fermentation takes place spontaneously, and in the case of Aorivola, the liquid is left in contact with the skins for 12 hours. Ageing in steel containers and bottling without the liquid undergoing clarification or filtration.

The Aorivola wine warms the glass with its bright golden yellow hues. Smell of great intensity and richness where hints of ripe peach, citrus zest and white flowers peep out, all declined gracefully. Sorso filling and caressing but never complacent and constantly enlivened by a saline vein that continually relaunches it. Iconic in its typology.


Bright golden


Light and fresh, with a nice flavor and persistence


Notes of white flowers, with nuances of citrus on the finish