Coda di Volpe is a white wine grape used to make medium- to full-bodied white wines since ancient times in Campania, southern Italy. The name Coda di Volpe means "tail of the fox" and was given in reference to the variety's long, pendulous bunches of grapes, which resemble a fox's bushy tail. Is made in Apollosa, near Benevento, on the Mount Taburno.

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The grapes are harvested by hand and conferred to the winery. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature.
Thereafter the wine is aged in stainless steel tanks for 3 months; It is then aged in the bottle for 2 months.

Acid: .69

PH: 3.53

Aging: 23 Months in French (95%) and American (5%) oak barrels 80% new oak

Alcohol %: 14.5

Coda Di Volpe 100%
Bordolese Nobile
8 - 10 ºC
13.5 Vol.min
750 ml x 6 or 12
20 min. prima

It presents a straw-yellow color with golden hues. It has a perfect balance with superb notes of flower and excellent minerality. Ideal for pairing with seafood, fresh vegetables and poultry dishes. Serving temperature 8-10 °C.

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