The Creanzia wines, a Falanghina aged in wood and an Aglianico Riserva, are the result of research and attention.
The name came from the Latin Creantia, which literally means things that make you grow. From Creantia is derived the Spanish word Criar (to nurture, to educate), giving origin to the Spanish word Crianza, so diffused in the Campania dialect following the Spanish domination, lasting for centuries in Sannio as well (bona crianza). Creanzia in Spanish indicates the controlled process of ageing and maturation of a wine where it develops special characteristics.
The wines of the Vigne di Malies Creanzia line are products, aged, special....
well educated, such is the passion and love.
Creanzia, a synthesis of education, respect and substance.