Terredora

Terredora Di Paolo is a story of a family that is closely linked to Campania, its land, its history and its people for generations. With 494 acres of privately owned vineyards in the best sites of the Avellino province, Terredora di Paolo is one of the largest wineries in southern Italy.
In Irpinian, the wines exhibit a distinctive personality due to its unique microclimate. The altitude at which the vineyards are found, the soil and the thermal fluctuations develop wines that are intense and elegant and display complex bouquets. Since its establishment in 1978, Terredora di Paolo has focused on rediscovering and restoring Campania's ancient and native varietals such as Aglianico, Fiano, Greco and Falanghina. These varietals are key players that have brought about Campanian's wine renaissance.
Innovation is equally vital and is found throughout the winery, vineyards and cellars. A team of experts at Terredora di Paolo integrates forward-thinking technology with the region's established traditions, bringing to life a unique legacy that combines culture and customs in a lively way. In 1994, when the business world looked to be pulling the Mastroberardino family in different directions, Terredora di Paolo decided to take action. A concept was realized that focused on the vineyards and modern technology that strengthened and fostered the avantgarde character of Terredora Di Paolo. This fundamental step was taken to guarantee the highest quality by controlling all aspects of the grape growing cycle. These checks are fundamental to the production of excellent wines.
Great care has been taken in the vineyards and wine cellars to ensure that the traditions and history of the winemaking in this region is honored. Terredora di Paolo is dedicated to achieving outstanding levels of quality the indigenous varietals of Campania.

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Terredora di Paolo Fiano di Avellino 2016
93  James Suckling 
James Suckling 93“This is extremely minerally with lots of lemon rind and spiced apple character and some green papaya. Full body, plenty of flavor and an intense finish. Fantastic Fiano. Drink now.”~JS
Item Number: 31331
Bottle:$15.95
Case: $191.40
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Terredora Dipaolo Aglianico IGT 2016
“Ruby red with violet reflections. Black cherry, wild blackberry, and plum fruit with a spicy toasted overtone. Soft and elegant, long in the mouth with notes of mature red fruits. Suitable for long aging. Ideal with soups, charcuterie, white and red meat, roasted meat, and mature cheeses.”~Winery
Item Number: 30187
Bottle:$11.95
Case: $143.40
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Terredora di Paolo 'Irpinia' Roseanovae 2017
Vinous 90"Light pink. Strawberry and herbs on the lively nose. Dense, juicy and classically dry, with good cut to its tangy red berry flavors. Finishes deep, clean and saline. Made from Aglianico grown between 400-600 meters above sea level."~ID
Item Number: 29679
Bottle:$12.95
Case: $155.40
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Terredora di Paolo 'Irpinia' Falanghina 2016
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90  James Suckling 
James Suckling 90"A pretty and delicate falanghina with sliced lemon and apple character. Medium body, a solid core of fruit and a clean finish. Drink now." ~JS
Item Number: 26549
Bottle:$11.95
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Terredora 'Greco di Tufo' Loggio della Sera 2016
93  James Suckling 
James Suckling 93“A serious Greco with sliced pear and slate aromas and flavors. Medium to full body. Bright acidity and a linear and focused finish of spiced apple and lemon. Drink now.” ~JS

Terredora Dipaolo Aglianico IGT 2015
92  James Suckling 
James Suckling 92"Aglianico with plenty of dark tea, stone, bark and dark berry character. Medium to full body, silky tannins and flavorful finish. The real deal. Drink or hold." ~JS

Terredora 'Greco di Tufo' Loggio della Sera 2015
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88  Wine Enthusiast 
Wine Enthusiast 88"Aromas of citrus zest, orchard fruit and a hint of toasted walnut lead the nose. The palate includes mature peach, pear and mineral alongside bright acidity. A hint of hazelnut signals the close."~K.O.

Terredora di Paolo 'Irpinia' Falanghina 2015
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"100 % Falanghina. Grapes are harvested in the first two weeks of October. The must is settled and then fermented at cool temperatures using selected yeasts. The wine is aged on its lees in stainless steel but sees no oak. Medium yellow colour with greenish reflections, it has rich and intense

Terredora 'Greco di Tufo' Loggio della Sera 2014
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91  Vinous Media 
Vinous Media 91 "Deep, gold-tinged yellow. Minty herbs complicate tropical fruit and caramel on the nose and tactile palate. Finishes rich and savory. This strikes me as much more precise and focused than the Terra degli Angeli Greco di Tufo of the same vintage."~A.G.  James Suckling 90 "A rich,

Terredora di Paolo 'Irpinia' Falanghina 2014
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92  James Suckling 
James Suckling 92 "Subtle aromas of dried peaches and lemons follow through to a full body and lots of fruit, but there's a tangy, electric, vibrant finish of edgy acidity. Excellent. One of the best Falanghinas out there. Drink now."  "100 % Falanghina. Grapes are harvested in the first two

Terredora di Paolo Fiano di Avellino 2013
88  Wine Enthusiast 
Wine Enthusiast 88" This savory Fiano opens with aromas of jasmine, honeysuckle and exotic fruit. The ripe, round palate delivers succulent yellow peach, ripe apricot, Bartlett pear and juicy pineapple alongside fresh acidity. "-K.O.

Terredora 'Greco di Tufo' Loggio della Sera 2013
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95  James Suckling 
James Suckling 95 "This is very ripe and layered with lots of honey, oil , dried lemon and apple character. It's full body very deep and intense and a long, long, finish. Super finish. Late styled white with great depth and flavor. Drink now."~J.S.  Wine Spectator 88 "Open-knit and fresh,

Terredora di Paolo 'Irpinia' Falanghina 2013
"100 % Falanghina. Grapes are harvested in the first two weeks of October. The must is settled and then fermented at cool temperatures using selected yeasts. The wine is aged on its lees in stainless steel but sees no oak. Medium yellow colour with greenish reflections, it has rich and intense

Terredora 'Greco di Tufo' Loggia della Serra 2012
91  James Suckling 
James Suckling 91 "A white with some ash and papaya character that follow through to a full body, plus lovely fruit and a fresh finish. Wonderful intensity. Drink now."~J.S.  Steven Tanzer 90 "Bright yellow. Musky reticent aromas of lime, tropical fruits and apple skin. Dense, thick and dry,

Terredora di Paolo Fiano di Avellino 2011
95  Decanter 
Decanter 95 "Delightful hazelnuts and pear fruit on the nose and palate, fine racy acidity and good body" "Maresca's top 2011 white wines from Campania."  "Medium gold with subtle notes of mature fruit and flowers with hints ofpear, apricot, citrus fruits, toasted hazelnuts, acacia, hawthorn

Terredora 'Greco di Tufo' Loggia della Serra 2011
90  Wine Advocate 
Wine Advocate 90 "The 2011 Greco di Tufo Loggia della Serra impresses for its energy and pure focus. Smoke, slate, crushed rocks and pears are all layered together in a gorgeous, medium-bodied white. All the elements meld together beautifully in this striking, delineated white. There is an

Terredora di Paolo Taurasi Campore Reserva 2004
93  Wine Advocate 
Wine Advocate 93 "The 2004 Taurasi Riserva Campore is the houses top selection. I actually liked it the least among these sublime 2004s although admittedly that is a small point at this level. This is a big, massively concentrated Taurasi packed with dark fruit, menthol, spices and licorice. The

Terredora 'Greco di Tufo' Loggia della Serra 2010
89  Wine Advocate 
Wine Advocate 89 "The 2010 Greco di Tufo Loggia della Serra virtually explodes on the palate with layers of pointed fruit. Jasmine, crushed rocks and lime are some of the nuances that emerge from this beautifully sculpted, precise white. The elegant finish is first-class all the way. Anticipated

Terredora di Paolo S.S. 'Irpinia' Roseanovae 2011
"A wine to be tasted with all 5 senses! A salmon pink hue, with radiant highlights and incredible youth. An intense, rich, bewitching bouquet of red fruit and citrus zest associated with more complex notes redolent of cedar and spring sap. The aromas evolve gently in the glass evolving from

Terredora 'Irpinia' Falanghina 2012
93  James Suckling 
James Suckling 93"Wow. This must be the best falanghina in Italy with sliced grapefruit, minerals and lemons on then sliced oranges. Full body plus bright and minerally character and a very flavorful finish."~J.S.

Terredora 'Greco di Tufo' Loggia della Serra 2009
91  Wine Advocate 
Wine Spectator 90 WS TOP 100 2011 Rank 87 " A beauty, focused and fresh, with lively fresh-cut honeydew melon and citrus backed by hints of hot stone and spring herbs on the long, cream-tinged finish. Drink now. Tasted twice, with consistent notes. 2,000 cases imported."  Wine Advocate 91 " The

Terredora di Paolo Taurasi 2003
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92  Wine & Spirits 
 Wine & Spirits 92 "Grown in calcareous clay soils at 1,350 feet, this balances ripe cherry and plum fruit with savory tannins. The structure softens with air, showing the heat of the season in the wine's gentle tannins, yet there's a bright core of acidity to retain focus. Drinking well now, with