||Research conducted on behalf of the Company "fiefs of St. Gregory" on the last four original plants still in Taurasi, using DNA markers and the profile of anthocyanins, showed an affinity with some genetic varieties of the north-eastern Italy such as Teroldego, Refosco and Lagrein, related to the colonization of the delta of the River Po Phocaean kinship with the Aglianico also speculate that an ancestral Sirica is of this variety, expression of the Etruscan viticulture by 'enclave of Capua was spread by the Lombards, as evidenced by the types of farming and dell'avellinese Benevento (or the tennecchie tesole) to the Irpinia.
|Composition of the land
||The volcanic plateau of Taurasi preserved for its cultural and climatic characteristics, a viticulture from the genetic-structural characteristics are very old and original. Among the many varieties which are present in plants centenarian age, include some strains of Sirica presumed age of 250-280 years old, ungrafted, imposing vegetative development and production. These plants were multiplied in a few years ago a modern vineyard trellis.
||Fermentation: Alcoholic fermentation and maceration in steel tanks for about 3 weeks.
||Aging: Minimum 6 months in French oak barrels of medium toast.
||Aging: Minimum 9 months in bottle.