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Az. Camerlengo

Accamilla

Cinguli2019Orange

Basilicata, Italy

11.5% ABV

We are well into ‘orange wine’ territory and oh so happy to be here. Golden colored Accamilla gives us aromatic intensity, textural complexity and an ABV to keep you going! You can love it, you can hate it, but you can't ignore it!

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Tasting notes

White Flowers

Dried Fruits

Oxidative

Ripe

Round

Textured

Characteristics

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BodyMedium Full
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AromaMedium High
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AcidityMedium High

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The grapes

  • Malvasia di Rapolla
  • Santa Sofia
  • Cinguli

Recommended Usage

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PAIR WITH

Cheeses (particularly blue cheese), Shellfish, Creole cuisine

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DECANTER

30 minutes before drinking

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SERVING TEMPERATURE

8°- 10°C

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STORAGE TIME

Up to 4 years

Tasting Notes

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  • White Flowers
  • Dried Fruits
  • Oxidative

When you smell Accamilla, you’ll experience a symphony of aromas led by honeysuckle and chamomile, over dried apricots and sweet spices with a slight oxidation. A gentle wisp of old oak finds its way into the mix.

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  • Ripe
  • Round
  • Textured

When you taste Accamilla, there is definitely a textural aspect to this wine that results from the maceration. The wine is dry but the ripe notes of the late September harvest come together with the noticeable tannins to bring depth to the wine and give it a tonic finish.

Basilicata, Italy

Expressing the terroir

Hand-picking and natural production

The Brains Behind It

Reviving a family business

The Azienda Camerlengo belongs to Antonio Cascarano, who inherited the land from his grandfather, Giovanni Falaguerra. Giovanni had produced wines and olive oils on the plot in his youth, but production ceased in the 1970s. Antonio revived the company in 2001, replanting vines, and production recommenced in 2013 with his first wine, “Camerlengo”. Antonio’s goal is to work in harmony with the Vulture volcano to naturally grow grapes that retain all of the characteristics of the land.

Antonio