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Terredora di Paolo
Coda di Volpe Campania IGT
Campania

Coda di Volpe is a white wine that dates back to at least Roman times. Native to Campania, Coda di Volpe, or fox’s tail, refers the shape of the grape bunches. Often blended with another native varietal, Greco, this varietal can also e vini ed by itself, resulting in a fresh, aromatic wine.


Owner: Walter Mastroberardino and his children Paolo and Daniela
Website: www.terredora.com
Winemaker: Paolo Mastroberardino
Type: White wine
Varietals: Coda di Volpe

Vineyard Location: Gesualdo
Orientation: South-Southeast
Elevation: 1,800 ft
Trellising: Bilateral guyot
Soil: Calcareous clay

Vinification
Grapes are harvested at the beginning of October; fermentation is at a controlled temperature

Aging Process
Aged briefly in stainless steel tanks before bottling young to maintain freshness

Tasting Notes
Color: Pale lemon in color with greenish reflections
Bouquet: Rich and intense scents of fruit and flowers
Flavor: Fresh and soft to the palate, it has tones of citrus fruits and quince.
Pairings: Pairs well with fresh pasta, fresh summer salads and light dishes

Alcohol Content: 12.5%
Serving Temperature: 50°F
Production: 26,000 bottles