Canlibero Aglianico Turrumpiso 2021


Canlibero Aglianico Turrumpiso is a natural wine made from old-vine Aglianico grapes grown biodynamically in the Sannio Beneventano area of Campania, Southern Italy. Turrumpiso vineyards are over 50 years old and are located at the highest altitude of the 2-hectare Canlibero estate. Spontaneous fermentation with native yeasts, unfiltered, unfined, no added sulfites.

Wine Type:, Red
Wine Style:, Full Body
Farming:, Biodynamic
Vintage:, 2021
Alcohol:, 13%
Country:, Italy
Region:, Campania
Appellation:, Aglianico Beneventano IGT
Bottle Size:, 750ml

Food Pairing:

Meat-based dishes, hearty pasta.


Producer profile


Canlibero is a beautiful family-owned winery located in Torrecuso, Sannio Beneventano, a wine region within Campana, Southern Italy. Ennio Romano and Mena Iannella are the two young producers behind this project. Both Ennio and Mena are strong believers in sustainable farming practices and natural winemaking techniques. Their 2-hectare estate is planted with indigenous varietals Aglianico, Fiano, Falanghina, and are farmed following the principles of biodynamics. The vineyards are at an altitude between 420 and 470 meters above sea level and are grown on on clayey and rocky soils. Some of the vines, such as the Aglianico ones used to make red wine Turrumpiso, are over 50 years old. Ennio and Mena work with native yeasts, no sulfites at any winemaking stage, no filtration or clarification before bottling.

Wine region

Campania, Italy

Campania, located in southern Italy, has a rich vinicultural history rooted in ancient civilizations. The region's association with viticulture can be traced back to the ancient Greeks, who introduced the practice to the area. Their impact is evident in the nomenclature of some contemporary wines and grape varieties. Subsequent Roman periods not only upheld these viniculture traditions but enhanced them, with Campania's Falernian wine gaining particular renown in the ancient world.

The terroir of Campania provides both opportunities and challenges for viticulturists. The region's volcanic soils, especially those proximate to Vesuvius, are mineral-rich, contributing distinctive qualities to the wines. While the Mediterranean climate ensures grape ripening and maintains necessary acidity, the rugged terrain often necessitates vineyards to be situated on steep inclines, limiting mechanization. Consequently, Campania's winemaking has maintained an organic and natural wine-making approach, preserving its artisanal character.

Campania boasts a range of signature varietals.

Aglianico: Predominantly expressed in the Taurasi DOCG, this red grape is celebrated for its tannic structure and notes of dark fruit, tobacco, and spice.

Fiano: This white grape, which flourishes in Campania's volcanic terrains, is renowned in its Fiano di Avellino DOCG variant. Its profile includes hazelnut, spice, and pear aromas.

Greco: Mainly identified in the Greco di Tufo DOCG, this white grape has a pronounced mineral profile with hints of peaches and almonds, often accompanied by a zesty finish.

Falanghina: An age-old grape with contemporary relevance, Falanghina wines are fragrant, with dominant citrus and floral notes. They pair well with Campania's seafood offerings.

Following World War II, Campania experienced a decline in wine production. However, the late 20th century marked a renaissance, propelled by innovative winemakers tapping into the potential of indigenous grapes. This resurgence has facilitated Campania's wines in garnering international recognition, appealing to both experts and beginners. The future remains promising for Campania, with a new era of winemakers merging modern techniques with time-honored practices, ensuring the wines reflect both tradition and progression.

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What is natural wine?

What is natural wine?

Natural wine is a type of wine made in small batches from hand-harvested organic or biodynamic grapes with minimal intervention in the cellar.
What is Biodynamics?

What is Biodynamics?

Biodynamic wine is wine made with grapes farmed biodynamically. Biodynamic farming is a holistic approach to farming.
What is organic wine?

What is organic wine?

Organic wine is made with grapes farmed organically. Organic farming is a type of farming alternative to conventional farming.
What is vegan wine?

What is vegan wine?

Vegan wine is wine made without using animal products during the fining phase of the clarification process. Before wine is bottled it is usually clarified.