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Trebolanum Casavecchia IGT Alois 2010

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One Line Description Trebolanum Casavecchia IGT Alois 100% Casavecchia, Barolo of the south, aged in Barrels, full and complex southern red.
Production Method Conventional
Country Italy Italian
Region Campania, Italy
Producer Alois
Vintage 2010
Wine Type Red Wine
Wine Style Full bodied
Grape Blend 100% Casavecchia
Alcohol 13% abv
Maturation 2 years in old barrels
Annual Production 0 - 5,000 bottles
Ageing Potential Decades, this is serious wine
Decanter Specialist Organic Wine Retailer 2017 Winner
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Trebolanum Casavecchia IGT Alois 100% Casavecchia, Barolo of the south, aged in Barrels, full and complex southern red. This is a rare autoctonous variety native to Campania and rarely found but in small half hidden vineyards like this one. It is thought to be the parent variety of the better known Piedirosso but Trebulanum is a much more serious wine than many of its erstwhile contemporaries. Its character is all impact and intense black and red fruit, with notes of black olive and leather, impressive tannic grip and the warmth of the south showing through in rich intense fruits on nose and palate. A rare and fascinating variety and a great wine for hearty grilled meat and roast vegetable dishes!



Michele Alois took over the 9 hectare estate to fulfill a dream and bring the essence of Campania's natural environment and indigenous grapes to life. Casavecchia, Falanghina, Pallagrello and Aglianico all grow on the farm and using natural methods, Michele produces wines of great style and class.

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