A blend of native Italian grapes: Nero di Troia, Montepulciano and Bombino Bianco, gives a full bodied wine with rich dark red fruits. Made organically on the Paglione farm by Nicola Faccilongo uses his families grapes, this is a true expression of Southern-Italy ‘terroir‘.
The winery Paglione named this wine after their grandfather Nicola, born in 1930. "CAPORALE", in Italian, is the chief of the family, the ‘foreman of all farmers’. “Ariopp, Ariopp” is his mantra learned as a teenager, the transliteration of “Hurry up” a phrase uttered by the American soldiers arrived in Foggia, Puglia at the end of the Second World War. He produced its Cacc’e Mmitte even before the Doc recognition, and he preserves invaluable sources and historical memories that are dear to the entire family. The Caporale wine is similar to him, with a strong nature, frank and a lover of the conversation.