Wine Tradition in Basilicata
There are some things that Casa Vinicola D’Angelo can’t live without: its long tradition, authentic winemaking approach, and its unique vineyards. The beginning of the winery goes back to the mid 20s, where their wines were first introduced to a trade fair, and not long after, the company was officially set up in 1930. Over almost a century, four generations of the D’Angelo family left a mark on the Basilicata’s wine history, connecting wine to passion and tradition. Erminia and Rocco, the current owners, know well the past of development that Casa Vinicola D’Angelo brought until today, going from selling wine in bulk and grapes to specialize in fine wine.
A Winery That Conquered The World
In the year of 1971, Casa Vinicola D’Angelo gained their first DOC certification, thanks to the intensive work of the winery’s team and Rocco D’Angelo Senior – son of the Casa Vinicola D’Angelo founders. This step was fundamental to let the company’s wine Aglianico del Vulture travel across the globe a couple of years later, gaining international prestige and several awards.
Amazing Wine Experiences in a Familiar Winery
Several books could be written with the history that Casa Vinicola D’Angelo winery wrote during the past years, and the fourth generation ahead of the company is willing to build a deeper legacy. From kids that used to play hide and seek in the vineyards amid a gorgeous landscape, to grownups engaged in the world of wines, the familiar business grew strong roots and today offers incredible wine experiences such as guided cellar tours, within 25 hectares of vineyards and 16 labels. “