In the heart of Basilicata, the Carbone family has been growing Aglianico grapes since 1974. The vineyards are on volcanic soil, on the lower slopes of Mount Vulture, in Melfi. Sara Carbone and her brother Luca manage the estate, which they inherited from their parents. They have been estate bottling since 2005. The wild and natural environment of Vulture, along with its unique microclimate, transforms Aglianico into an expressive wine, typically smoother and more lush than when grown in neighboring Campania.