Selvanova is located close to Castel Campagnano, a small village some 50 km's north of Napoli.
The vineyards lie on the tip of a hill surrounded by a big bend of the Volturno river, at an altitude of about 200 meters, facing south-east towards the Taburno massif. The hill of Selvanova was a Borbone’s royal family hunting reserve.
Each place has is own character: a good wine must reflect in its aromas the uniqueness of its place of origin.
The owner Antonio Buono is a geologist with a great passion for fine arts (he’s a collector of Italian 19th century paintings) and country life. He runs the estate with passion and devotion and he networks with the neighboring growers to increase the visibilty of his wonderful area
|Acquavigna||Terre del Volturno IGT||2010|
|Hero||Terre del Volturno IGT||2010|
|Milo Fiano||Terre del Volturno Igt||2010|
|Selvanova||Terre del Volturno IGT||2006|
|Silicata||Terre del Volturno IGT||2006|
|Sopralago||Terre del Volturno IGT||2007|
|Vignantica||Terre del Volturno IGT||2009|
Selvanova releases a Fiano
" Selvanova wines have distinction and character; they don't want to please everybody. They need time to develope in the bottle and in the glass; behind the huge body they reveal unexpected finesse and complexity. The top cuvée (Selvanova) is one of the best Aglianico I've ever had and it can easily age for a couple of decades "