In the high hills of Campania sit 70 year old Coda di Volpe vines tended by Antonio and Daniela De Gruttola, champions in preserving native varietals, old vines and creating wines that truly celebrate terroir. Grapes are hand harvested before 5 days of maceration on skins. In traditional Italian winemaking style, local chestnut casks come into play housing the wine for a year, adding unique complexity. Zippy minerality with bright and refreshing herbaceous notes meet ripe fruits and a little smokiness. It’s got good body, fine tannins make for a good companion now, or if you can wait, a great wine for a couple of years’ time.
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