The Paestum IGT covers the southern two-thirds of Campania's southernmost province, Salerno, and corresponds roughly to the Cilento geographical region, famous for its dramatic coastline, mountain ranges and ancient Greek heritage, for which it was granted UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 1998.
The wines, made by Bruno De Concillis in Prignano, are labelled Paestum IGT but the region is Cilento. The mainstay grapes are Fiano for white and Aglianico for red. The grapes are really suited to the area, partly because they ripen slowly through September through to October. They also maintain the acidity level so you're not pushed to harvest by heat in Campania.
The De Concillis vineyard is organic without certification and the wine making is with ambient yeast with a little bit of sulphite and a little bit of fining or filtration if the wine needs it. The soils in this part of Campania are less volcanic and more limestone, from which you get a little more acidity and more freshness in the wines.
Viticoltori De Conciliis s.s.
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