AMINEO Coda di Volpe I.G.P. 2016
Volume: 0,75 liters
Producer and bottler: Cantina del Taburno - Via Sala - 82030 Foglianise (BN) - Italia - +39 0824 871338
Quality Designation: Indicazione Geografica Protetta (I.G.P.)
Grape: 100% Coda di Volpe. An ancient grape grown since the time of Pliny and called Caudas Vulpium Imitata, that is well adopted to the Taburno area.
Production area: Area within the Taburno DOC appellation.
Exposure and altitude: Hilly-area, 300-600 metres above sea level, south-east exposure.
Soil type: Clayey and calcareous marl.
Vine training system: "Raggiera" and/or espalier (Guyot).
Vineyard density: 1600/3500 vines per hectare.
Harvest time: End of September, manual harvest.
Vinification: The clusters are picked when they are perfectly ripe, followed by destemming, crushing and soft pressing. The must ferments at 15°C in stainless steel vats.
Sensory characteristics: The aroma, delicate and complex, is very fruity. The taste is full in the mouth, well-balanced with a persistent finish of ripe tropical fruit.
Color: Intense straw yellow.
Alcohol content: 12,0 % Vol.
Stopper: Synthetic cork
How to serve: Fits to crustaceans appetizers, white meat and pasta.
Recommended serving temperature: Between 8 and 10°C.
Allergens: Contains sulfites
EAN (bottle): 8003707095067
Grape CODA DI VOLPE
The white grape CODA DI VOLPE is cultivated around Naples in the Italian region of Campania. The name derives from the Latin "causia vulpium". This term was first used by Pliny the Elder (It is known that he died when Vesuvius erupted and Pompei spilled) when he compared the ancient grape Alopecis with a mold foxtail. The Alopecis could accordingly be an ancestor of the vine CODA DI VOLPE. In the presence this variety ripens in the second half of September.
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