Grapes: Greco di Tufo 100% Vinification technique: The manually gathered grapes are brought in the wine cellar in 20...Read more...
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Grapes: Greco di Tufo 100% Vinification technique: The manually gathered grapes are brought in the wine cellar in 20kg counters. The grapes, without grapes stalks, undergo a cold maceration and a soft pressing. After the clearing process, the must ferments at a temperature of 18 °C for about 25-35 days. Temperature to be served: It should be served at a temperature of 8-10 °C. Organoleptic features: Light golden in color, the Greco di Tufo wine is aromatic, with an intensely fruity bouquet, dry, well balanced, unique in flavour, with a particular scent of bitter almond. Matches: This wine is especially suitable when it is accompanied to appetizers, white meats, cheese, spicy sauce.
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