In 1647 Scipione di Marzo fled his hometown of San Paolo Belsito located near the town of Nola. He settled in Tufo where he built his winery. With a winemaking tradition that dates back to the Sixteenth century, Cantine di Marzo did get registered officially as an Azienda Agricola with the Chamber of Commerce in 1833, thus being the most ancient winery in Campania region, and one of the oldest in Southern Italy.
Straw yellow with golden hues. To the nose it is complex, with a predominance of flint with notes of orange blossom and wild Mediterranean flowers which evolve into more fruity notes with a very discreet trace of eucalyptus. To the mouth it is very fresh, with a clear and pleasant mineral taste. The aftertaste is fruity and slightly flowery, with citrusy notes. It is a wine with a good structure, intense and persistent.