On the hills near Vulture are the vineyards of Casa Maschito.

We are in Basilicata, in the province of Potenza. Here, in 1999, some young entrepreneur friends decided to purchase ten hectares of land to establish a winemaking company. Today, the Casa Maschito winery produces about 60,000 bottles a year, offering a range of high-quality wines based on Malvasia, Moscato, and of course Aglianico.

Among the “secrets” of Casa Maschito’s success are certainly the unique characteristics of the soils where the vineyards are planted. Of tufaceous origin, these soils are easy to work and, above all, allow the vines to express themselves at their best, yielding grapes that produce wines full of volume, good dimension, and particularly balanced tannins.

Constant commitment and the combination of ancient peasant wisdom and modern production methods are the additional ingredients that enable achieving high quality in every single wine.

Wines for Tasting

  • Biancospino

    IGT Basilicata Moscato, still dry

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