Grape variety: 100% Coda di Volpe
Production area: Estate-owned vineyards in the hilly areas of the towns of Carazita, Piesco and Pesano in Luogosano and the town of Brussineta in Sant’Angelo all’Esca.
Altitude: 300-400 metres above sea level
Soil type: Clay and sand rich in volcanic elements
Vinification: Grapes are harvested in mid-October, sorted in the vineyard and the cellar and then pressed whole. Cold settling is followed by alcoholic fermentation at low temperatures. The wine is aged for a short time on its fine lees before bottling.
Colour: Crystalline, bright, straw yellow. Aroma: Fruity bouquet with yellow notes of yellow peach, pineapple, banana and herbs.
Taste: Intense, deep and very persistent.
Food pairing: Very versatile wine, great with all manner of fish, sushi and tartare dishes, as well as white meat or vegetables served with light sauces. Particularly well-suited to buffalo mozzarella and burrata. Best served at a temperature of 10-12°C.