Organic/biodynamic practising winery with 3.6 hectares of vines in Cilento, Campania. A start-up between London sommelier Jack Lewens and Italian winemaker, Bruno de Conciliis.
For reds the focus is on native varietals to the region - Aglianico and Aglianicone - and for whites the traditional Fiano grape.
Whereas the norm is for big, powerful reds in Campania, Vigneti Tardis take a lighter and more elegant approach with less extraction.
Their 'Martedi' bottling is from 100% Aglianicone, a lesser known grape historically only used for blending, but here given centre-stage.
It is characterised by crunchy red fruit and is very aromatic and fresh. Tannins are low and the wine is soft, approachable. Very quaffable and easy drinking.
Pair with barbecue or drink alone on a summer evening.
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