Grape: Coda di Volpe
From seventy-year-old vines of Coda di Volpe planted around 1,400 feet above sea level. 2018 was a cooler vintage and this wine spent just a couple of days on skins before being pressed off to chestnut casks for a year. It is clean, balanced, and juicy with a hint of spice. Antonio and Daniela De Gruttola seek out old vineyards in Irpinia, high in the hills of Campania. They champion and preserve the region’s native varietals, old vines, and an age-old way of tending them. This is one 4 wines we have from @cantinagiardino pick up one of each and transport yourself to Campania!