Italy South Wine Guide

Sorrentino

Written by Piero Pardini

SORRENTINO – CAMPANIA – ITALY

Paolo Sorrentino and his wife Angela inherit the family assets and with so much love for the production of Vesuvian wines, for fruit and vegetable crops, they recover all the varieties preserved by their ancestors. They began a process of expansion of the wine sector in the 90s and embarked on wine tourism by opening the doors to tourists and wine lovers, allowing them to taste the history of the area and its fruits.
The head of the family Paolo Sorrentino, creator and founder of the company, has always dedicated his passion and ingenuity to business growth. Angela Cascone dedicates her passion and determination to her family; her fundamental pivot of the company. The children, the current third generation with the brothers Giuseppe, Benny and Maria Paola who receive the magical art of making wine, follow the traditions but undertake numerous projects aimed at studying and enhancing all organic crops to obtain the best results in a land of marked fertility and unmistakable minerality. In synergy, they work to ensure that the birth, growth and development of the entire production, commercial and tourist chain is taken care of in every detail and can be told to the whole world.

Owner: Giuseppe, Benny e Maria Paola Sorrentino
Oenological management: Benny Sorrentino
Agronomic management: Carmine Valentino
Viticulture: biologic
Vineyard hectares: 35
Bottles produced: 250.000
Direct sales: yes
Visits to the company: yes
EVOO production: yes
Foundation year: 1990

Labels reviewed
Frupa Piedirosso 2013
Vigna Lapillo 2018

Sorrentino
Via Rio, 26
80042 Boscotrecase (NA)
Phone +39 081 8584963
E-mail: info@sorrentinovini.com
Website: www.sorrentinovini.com

About the author

Piero Pardini

Founder and editor-in-chief of "The Wolf Post".
Freelance Journalist.
Wine critic and Sommelier.
He has also written about sports and technology for some specialized magazines.
Co-author of the essay "Gianni Clerici - The writer, the poet the journalist", Le Lettere, Firenze.

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