Mastroberardino

Established in the 1750s by winemaker Pietro di Mastro Berardino, Mastroberardino is Campania's most renowned winery. Pietro was awarded the professional title of Mastro as testament to his skill in quality winemaking, a tradition that continued uninterrupted for 10 generations and lives on to this day.

Located in the town of Altripalda, the Mastroberardino family's holdings are spread across several parts of Irpinia, in areas that have historically proved to be the region's center of great wine production.

Today, Mastroberardino is universally acknowledged to have been the most important guardian of the viticultural and oenological heritage of the Roman age. Under the patronage of the "Presidenza della Repubblica," the winery has been appointed to reintroduce vine growing in the ancient city of Pompeii. The family-based firm has long championed the indigenous varieties of Campania: Aglianico, Falanghina, Fianco, Piedirosso, Greco and Coda di Volpe.

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Mastroberardino Lacryma Christi Bianco 2017
Pale yellow in color, this wine offers aromas of pear and other tree fruits complemented by undertones of white peach and licorice. On the palate, strident minerality and good body make this a well-structured, food-friendly wine. This wine is great as an aperitif, but it also pairs well with shrimp
Item Number: 30396
Bottle:$16.95
Case: $203.40
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Mastroberardino 'Radici' Taurasi Riserva 2009
95  Wine Advocate 
Wine Spectator 95 An impressive red, seamless yet substantial in structure, loaded with notes of black currant and blackberry preserves, mineral, smoke and earth. Fragrant anise, tobacco and graphite accents glide on the long, lasting finish. Drink now through 2034. 1,160 cases made.  Wine

Mastroberardino 'Mastro' Aglianico IGT 2016
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" The grapes chosen for this delicious wine bestow fruitful aromas of strawberry, cherry and blackberries. On the palate, the wine has a soft, texture and medium body with flavors of strawberry and cherry. This wine pairs well with typical Mediterranean cuisine such as baba ghanoush, lemon-roasted

Mastroberardino Lacryma Christi Bianco 2016
The name of this wine is entwined with a legend. According to the story, God cried when he found a corner of Heaven stolen by Lucifer and where his tears fell, there grew the grapes that make Lacryma Christi, which translates as "tears of Christ." Made from 100% Coda di Volpe grown in volcanic

Mastroberardino 'Mastro' Aglianico IGT 2015
The grapes chosen for this delicious wine bestow fruitful aromas of strawberry, cherry and blackberries. On the palate, the wine has a soft, texture and medium body with flavors of strawberry and cherry.  This wine pairs well with typical Mediterranean cuisine such as baba ghanoush, lemon-roasted

Mastroberardino 'Mastro' Aglianico IGT 2014
A creamy, medium-bodied red, with spice and floral accents to the pure flavors or ripe black raspberry, dried wild herb, licorice string and crushed black cherry.

Mastroberardino 'Mastro' Aglianico IGT 2011
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88  Wine Enthusiast 
Wine Enthusiast 88 “Here’s a round and approachable Aglianico that shows a softer side to what is southern Italy’s most noble grape. This offers delicious blackberry flavors layered with nutmeg and a hint of vanilla along with smooth tannins.”   " The grapes chosen for this delicious wine bestow

Mastroberardino Lacryma Christi Bianco 2013
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" The name of this wine is entwined with a legend. According to the story, God cried when he found a corner of Heaven stolen by Lucifer and where his tears fell, there grew the grapes that make Lacryma Christi, which translates as " tears of Christ." Made from 100% Coda di Volpe grown in volcanic

Mastroberardino 'Radici' Taurasi Riserva 2006
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94  Wine Spectator 
Wine Spectator 94WS TOP 100 2013 Rank 91"Dark and polished, with fine tannins framing the complex mix of game, cherry reduction, cassis and mineral notes. Concentrated, delivering a long finish of tangy fruit and tar."

Mastroberardino Lacryma Christi Bianco 2011
"The name of this wine is entwined with a legend. According to the story, God cried when he found a corner of Heaven stolen by Lucifer: where his tears fell, there grew the grapes that make Lacryma Christi, which translates as "tears of Christ." Made from 100% Coda di Volpe grown in volcanic soil,

Mastroberardino '1878' Lacryma Christi Bianco 2008
89  Robert Parker 
Robert Parker 89 "The estate's 2008 Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio Bianco (Coda di Volpe) is round and surprisingly full-bodied in its peaches, ash, game and cured meats. It is a remarkably complex, layered wine that reveals plenty of terroir character to match its varietal expression. Anticipated