country:
Italy
region:
Campania
viticulture:
organic biodynamic

Ocone

Ocone have been producing Aglianico, Coda di Volpe, Falanghina, and Greco since 1910. Nicola Pastore is dedicated to organic & biodynamic viticulture as well. The winery is certified organic, and is a member of the Italian Association for Organic Farming (AIAB). They only use natural fertilizer, and no pesticides or additives of any kind, including sulphur dioxide, are employed in the winemaking process. Such natural viticultural practices are common in Ocone's part of Italy.

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