Mastroberardino is an Italian winery located in the Campania region. The demonstration site is located in Mirabella Eclano Estate, in the heart of the Taurasi DOC area. The vineyards are surrounded by a large natural landscape, not far from the archaeological excavations of Aeclanum. The estate covers 65 hectares on hill territory with an altitude between 350 and 450 meters above sea level. The epicentre of Aglianico production, research and experimentation, this estate is spread over several hills with different exposures and is dedicated to the production of red grapes on the slopes.

Climate: The climate is continental and characterized by large thermal day-night excursions (up to 20 °C). Average annual rainfall is around 750 mm.

Grape Variety: Aglianico

Soil composition: Deep soil of volcanic origin, with layers of clay and traces of limestone along the profile, sandy loam texture.

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 730253.