Tenuta Ferrante is a winery located in the Campania region of southern Italy, near the town of Sessa Aurunca. The estate has been in the Ferrante family for several generations and is now run by Antonio Ferrante, who is committed to preserving the tradition of winemaking in the region.
The vineyards at Tenuta Ferrante are planted on volcanic soil at elevations between 150 and 350 meters above sea level. The estate cultivates several grape varieties, including Aglianico, Falanghina, Piedirosso, and Pallagrello Nero. The grapes are hand-harvested and carefully sorted before being pressed and fermented in stainless steel tanks.
Tenuta Ferrante produces several different wines, including a Falanghina del Sannio, a Piedirosso del Sannio, and a Pallagrello Nero del Sannio. The winery also makes a red blend called Colle Rotondella, which is made from Aglianico and Piedirosso grapes.
Tenuta Ferrante is known for its commitment to sustainable viticulture, using only organic fertilizers and practicing integrated pest management to minimize the use of chemicals. The winery also uses renewable energy sources such as solar power to reduce its carbon footprint.