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The Molise region is full of surprises and in this ancient land you can discover tales of the fierce, fearless Samnite Pentro warriors. The territory carries a voice and strength that it has inherited from civilisations that have left their their mark: the Samnites, Romans and Lombards that gave birth to the Contado di Molise, and the Normans when the Toponym Comitatus Molisil began to establish itself and bequeathed an identity to a territory that would be preserved over the centuries.

Arriving in Isernia, in the heart of the Pentro area you are met with an extraordinarily uncontaminated territory where wines are produced that are slow maturing and therefore suitable for extensive aging, creating full flavoured blends that have distinctive flavours and aromas, an expression of this undiscovered and unadulterated territory.


The Volturno river begins in the Mainarde Mountain range, in the town of Rocchetta al Volturno, the most Southern facing part of the Central Apennines as well as being one of the five towns that together make up the Abbruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park. In Castel San Vincenzo it receives water from the source of Capo Volturno (approximately 500m asl). The Volturno river is the most important river in Southern Italy for both length and river flow. During the 7th century the important Abbey of San Vincenzo al Volturno was founded to the left of the river bank which today remains a thriving monastery.


The Sannita Apennines run from Forlì between the provinces of l’Aquila and Isernia to the Valley of the river Calore. The Matese Karstic Plateau that culminates in the Miletto mountain range (2050 m), situated on the border between the provinces of Campobasso and Caserta between Molise and Campania in the most distinctive mountain range belonging to this part of the Apennines. It is formed by two North-West, South-East parallel mountain ranges forming a rough, rocky plateau and marks the border between Molise and Campania. These are joined by smaller ranges such as Monte Mutria (1882 m) and Monte Calvello, (1018 m) on the Eastern side and Monte Trebulani and other minor ranges that decrease towards the Volturno river from Venafro to Benevento on the Western border.


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The name Campi Valerio, ‘the field’, symbolises more than a piece of land, it represents the family and the Territory’s origins. In fact wines have been produced in this area as far back as 500 BC. It embodies the vegetable garden, vines and olive groves that have offered sustenance to families, creating and passing on a timeless set of values.

The fields reap the benefits from the Apennine Mountains whereby each drop of water creates unique, small parcels of fertile land.


These fields are a territorial heritage rich in values, traditions, passion and a great respect for this territory.

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Soil type:

Marly, clayey and calcareous soil with the presence of sand and silt, with alluvial deposits.


Presence of shallow rock and underlying sediment, favouring the genesis of hematite and particle aggregation.


The clayey soils are interspersed with ferrous deposits.

After a long restoration, the Guado San Nicola estate has returned to its former glory.  5,1035 hectares of vineyards have been planted in a unique, historical, orographic and microclimatic context whereby nature oversees the history, civilisation and beauty of this uncontaminated territory.

This estate is the only vineyard in the world to reside on Paleolithic remains.

Guado San Nicola Estate, Monteroduni

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Soil type:


Marly, clayey and calcareous, with the presence of sand and silt, rich in iron.

A mixture of silt and clay that offers the ideal type of soil for the breeding of vines.

Vineyard historically suited to different types of agriculture which has recently returned to hosting vines.


The Tintilia and Falanghina varietals thrive in these conditions (560m asl) and bestow it a distinct flavours.

Colle dei Limi, Fonte del Cavallo Vineyard,


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Vallone del Mulino Estate,


Young vineyard located 560m asl which hosts the highland Tintilia varietal.

This authocthonous variety flourishes in this estate.

Soil type:

Generally loamy-clayey with moderate slope and presence of gravel. Moserate available water capacity and low soil organic carbon content, slow infiltration and therefore optimal internal drainage and permeability surrounded with moderate porosity.

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Pianelle Vineyard,


The Pianelle holding returns to hosting a vineyard again after 50 years. The chosen grape variety is once again Tintilia which thrives in the distinctive characteristics and altitude of this vineyard.

Soil type:

Namely clayey, loamy. Soil with good physical characteristics, good permeability, poor in organic carbon, low risk of compaction. Fluvioglacial sediments, shales, phyllites and sandy turbidites.

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Sant'Angelo Vineyard,

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Historic vineyard, the first plant is lost in the midsts of time: the first written testimony of the presence of the vine dates back to the first century B.C.


The age of the current vineyard is approximately 70 years and is located at 350m asl. It is surrounded by the Apennine ridge of the Matese and Mainarde mountain ranges.

Soil type:

Medium textured soil, deep, pebbly, permeable.


Soil originating from calcareous marl and alluvial deposits.

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