Masseria Frattasi is located in Montesarchio within the area of Sannio Caudino in Northern Campania. Originally founded back in 1779, Masseria Frattasi has given a new lease of life by Pasquale Clemente, a journalist with a passion for wine. The vineyards can be found adorning the slopes of the Mount Taburno. The vines are very old - between fifty to one hundred years old, located at 400-900 m above sea level. The oldest vines are still managed using an ancient training system method, the “tennecchia”, a sort “raggiera” (spokes of a wheel) with very few plants per acre. The vines grows amongst centuries old olive trees which offer support to the brunches of the vines. A combination of volcanic soils, very old vines, cool climate and strong sun is the secret of Masseria Frattasi’s wines.