The wine appears a pale straw, then releases long lasting, emphatic notes of fruit and flowers, including summer flowers, pear, and hazelnut, that evolve into hints of tropical fruit and honey. The palate, decidedly classic to the variety, is well balanced and lengthy, completing a wine that is elegant, refined, and cellar-worthy
The history of Villa Matilde began in the 1960s, when Francesco Paolo Avallone, a lawyer with a passion for ancient wines and an abiding interest in the "vinum Falernum" described in the accounts of Pliny and in the poetry of Virgil, Martial, and Horace, decided to bring that legendary wine back to life. It had disappeared in the early 20th century. After years of study, Francesco discovered the grape varieties that had produced Falernum in Roman times. He then re-planted the handful of vines that had miraculously survived devastation by phylloxera in the late 19th century, right in the Monte Massico area where they had flourished in ancient times, and he then founded Villa Matilde."Wine is a work of art for us: Our wines create emotions and are the result of agricultural work and noninvasive wine making. As wine producers we draw on the natural resources, we emphasize grape varieties and terroir. This way we become, together with our wines, part of the environmental, geological and climatic context."- Francesco Paolo Avallone, Founder
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