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Thu, Dec 15



The Farmer's Table: Charcuterie & Wine Tasting

"You're invited to this Farmer's Table on Friday December 9th with some of Italy's finest red wines. We will be showcasing a special find, Bellaria's Taurasi, from the countryside of Paternopoli. Join us for an evening of discussion with Charcuterie, Toscano and Taurasi."

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The Farmer's Table: Charcuterie & Wine Tasting
The Farmer's Table: Charcuterie & Wine Tasting

Time & Location

Dec 15, 2022, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Cypress, 17303 Shaw Rd, Cypress, TX 77429, USA



The origins of Taurasi date back to the pre-Roman age.

Aglianico , the grape from which  Taurasi is produced , was defined as "hellenico", that is of Greek origin. Taurasi wine   subsequently took its name from "Taurasia", a small wine village which the Romans took possession of after defeating the Irpinia people in 80 AD. In this area, the Romans then transferred thousands of Ligurian settlers to work the vines

Taurasi  is a wine produced by  Agricola Bellaria, whose CEO recently visited Season's Harvest,  in the countryside of Paternopoli, in the province of Avellino, one of the few areas authorized for the cultivation of Aglianico, the vine from which  Taurasi is produced. 

Through compliance with rigorous processing standards dictated by the production regulations and after a four-year journey, the Aglianico grapes  fully acquire the characteristics of  Taurasi .

It is a special certifying body that verifies the origin, characteristics and processing to attribute the DOCG denomination

The uniqueness of  Taurasi  is linked to the coexistence of a perfect mix of factors such as the land, the climate and the lush vineyards of the Irpinia hills, all located between 500 and 600 meters high.

The wine production of  Taurasi does not exceed 100 quintals per hectare and the maximum yield of grapes into wine cannot exceed 60% per hectare.

The refinement of  Taurasi  in wooden barrels takes place over 12 months. The wine undergoes a series of organoleptic processes in order to acquire the characteristics and flavor that distinguish it. Furthermore , Taurasi is subjected to “molecular maceration”, a process which consists in the contact between the juice and the skins for a day under controlled conditions.


  • Charcuterie & Wine Tasting

    +$1.38 service fee



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