41°33'34.09" N


14°40'2.53" E




about this subregion

In the picturesque landscape of the Biferno DOC wine region, a harmonious quartet of wines takes center stage, each embodying the essence of this captivating terroir.

Bianco, a symphony of flavors, predominantly features the elegant Trebbiano Toscano grape, composing 70-80% of the blend, and accompanied by a dance of other authorized white companions. This white wine showcases a delicate balance of aromas, with the Trebbiano's grace leading the way, resulting in a refreshing and versatile delight.

Rosato, a charming expression of the region's terroir, intertwines Montepulciano and Aglianico, with 70-80% and 10-20% respectively, complemented by a touch of other authorized nonaromatic red varieties. This rosé unveils a delicate hue that hints at the vibrant red fruit flavors within. It is a sip of summer, capturing the essence of sun-soaked vineyards.

Rosso, the heart of the collection, mirrors the Biferno landscape, predominantly featuring Montepulciano and Aglianico in a passionate embrace. With 70-80% and 10-20% respectively, and a sprinkle of other authorized red companions, this red wine exudes a robust character that marries tradition with modernity.

Rosso Superiore and Riserva elevate the experience, showcasing the depth of the Biferno terroir. Anchored by Montepulciano and Aglianico, these wines spend additional time maturing, creating complex layers of flavors and textures. The Riserva, in particular, with its minimum 3 years of aging, offers a glimpse into the rich heritage and meticulous craftsmanship of the region.

In the Biferno DOC, Bianco, Rosato, Rosso, Rosso Superiore, and Rosso Riserva come together to paint a portrait of passion, tradition, and terroir. With each sip, they invite you to embark on a sensory journey that explores the diverse nuances of this captivating Italian wine region.


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Vineyard Hectares



1600 - 1800


Discover Terroir

Biferno DOC covers wines produced in 40 communes in the province of Campobasso along the Biferno river, in the Molise wine region.

This DOC has an oceanic climate with an average temperature of about 12 °C. Moreover, between winter and summer, the temperature is in the range of 2 to 22 °C.

The Biferno DOC's soil is a mosaic of clay, limestone, and sandy elements, forming a diverse foundation that contributes to the distinctive character of the wines. These soil compositions provide a nurturing environment for the vines, enhancing the flavors, structure, and complexity of the grapes, ultimately shaping the unique terroir-driven wines of the region.


Most Planted Red Grape Varieties: Montepulciano

Most Planted White Grape Varieties: Trebbiano