On our volcanic soils grow our Pallagrello nero with the method of biodynamic agriculture. Vinified in a natural way, these ripe grapes in earthenware jars with long maceration. We do not add yeast and not filter it.
We are a young, burgeoning estate in the northern region of Caserta, located at the foot of the spectacular, inactive volcano of Roccamonfina, in the land the ancient Romans called Campania Felix, a particularly fertile terrain which continues to yield exceptional products to this day. We are Diana, a young agronomist who decided to follow non-invasive methods of cultivation to respect the land of my family’s estate…and Mario, passionate wine connoisseur, not only for taste and aroma but also for the wine’s individual story, of the men and women and the territorial peculiarities that a good wine can recall.
The love between us and the love for our land unites us; long before creating Cacciagalli, our life’s journey was undertaken to share our common passion for wine and for the land, to live our lives fully there, where things happen, among those very vines and in those fields.
A generous territory, plenty of wooded areas, rich in water and chestnut groves; the uncontaminated natural backdrop forming the setting of a fertile terrain that has always been inhabited by those who knew how to love it.
This is where we cultivate our 25 acres, six of which are vineyards, learning every day how to respect the necessary equilibrium that exists between us and this land.