Wine producers since the 1800s, a century in which memory is lost, a thin thread binds Domenico and his father Carlo, today continuators of the ancient tradition, with Salvatore, Antonio and again the great-grandfather Carlo who made the reason for life and passion of wine never turned off.
From the ancient cellars dug into the tuff and from the wooden barrels that sank into it, as if to contain a treasure of inestimable value, up to the modern steel barrels, the certainty remains that the wine is the same as what the ancient Romans called “Falerno” by tying it to that well-defined and restricted Ager Falernus territory.
Falciano del Massico and the production site of “Campierti” are in the heart of Ager Falernus. The vineyards, lying at the foot of Monte Massico, lie on a calcareous and clayey soil and the remains of ancient Roman kilns for amphorae that insist there are still today the testimony of an inseparable link between that wine and the territory.
From this land full of history, from the passion of the Zannini family, this wine is born which, although produced with modern winemaking techniques, remains as it was in the past centuries.