From an ancient terroir, in a vineyard in the shadow of the Temples of Paestum, in the heart of the Cilento National Park, a special rosé with a Mediterranean character is born. Vetere San Salvatore 1988 is the elegance that becomes wine, a pure aglianico macerated for 6 hours at cold temperature, then softly pressed with a short contact on the skins to extract only a minimum of colors, elegant and refined aromas. Rosé with a Provencal color, but which speaks of all of Cilento.


at sight

Soft pink color and delicate at the sight, it moves gracefully in the glass.


to the nose

Delicious bouquet which gives to the nose fragrant scents of small red fruits, notes of dog rose and violet and hints of Mediterranean scrub.


on the nose

it is particularly fresh and Mediterranean. Soft drinking, persuasive and fine. The final finish is involving and satisfying and leaves a memory of berries and citrus fruits such as grapefruit.


type of wine rosé
grapes aglianico 100%
zone of production capaccio-paestum locality cannito
altitude 150-210 mt s.l.m.
exposure south-west
type of soil clayey colluvium
training system espalier with guyot pruning
pruning-tying with willows
defoliation-thinning-harvesting manual
average age of plants 16 years
yield 180 hl/ha
vinification soft pressing
aging refining steel tanks for about 6 months
alcohol content 12% vol.
bottles produced 10.000 of 375 ml, 120.000 bottles of 750 ml, 4.000 of 1,5 liters, 800 of 3 liters, 100 of 6 liters
pairing recommendations Excellent as an aperitif, it goes well with fish tartare, seafood appetizers, cured meats, white meat, mozzarella di Bufala and pizza margherita
drinking window 2022/2023
serving temperature 8/12 °C


375 ml; 750 ml; 1,5 litri; 3 litri; 6 litri