Coda di Volpe is an indigenous grape from Campania, once mainly used for blending with Greco di Tufo or other more recognized grapes from that area. The vines are grown on vulcanic soils between 400m and 600m above the sea level which gives a characteristic minerality and freshness. The wine is straw-yellow color with golden reflections, fragrant and fresh, the nose reveals intense aromas of wisteria, acacia and ripe white pulp fruit. On the palate it's round thanks to the freshness that makes the drink pleasant and immediate combined to a balanced acidity.
Origin Campania, Italy
Grapes Coda di Volpe
Style Medium body white
Bottle size 750ml
Notes Natural, Organic
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