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Credits: © Marisa Cuomo – CAMPANIA – ITALIA
Wine: Furore Bianco Fiorduva
Varietal composition: Phenyl 30%, Ginestra 30%, Ripoli 40%.
Denomination: DOC Costa d’Amalfi sub-area Furore.
Alcoholic strength: 14% vol.
Production area: Furore (Salerno).
Nature of the soil: dolomitic-limestone rocks.
Altitude: 200-550 meters above sea level.
Vineyard: cultivated with organic fertilization and SQNPI certified integrated phytosanitary defense. Weeding by hand and several times without the use of pesticides.
Average age of vines: prephylloxera strains grown for a third in vertical dry macerine with at least 60 years.
Training system: Pergola and / or atypical rays, espalier.
Growing density: 5000-7000 vines per hectare.
Production: 60 hl/ha.
Vinification: soft pressing with cold static clarification of the must. Fermentation in steel at a controlled temperature. Part of the must completes the alcoholic fermentation in new oak barriques with permanence on the yeasts for a variable period of 3/8 months in the splendid barrel dug in dolomitic-limestone rock.
Serving temperature: 12°-14° C.
Limpid, straw yellow in color with golden reflections, consistent.
The sample on olfactory examination presents the following hints: floral, fruity, mineral and spicy. Floral notes reminiscent of a potpourri of yellow flowers, followed by notes of yellow-fleshed fruit such as peach and apricot, with hints of exotic fruit; scents of Mediterranean scrub, brackish and iodine. Delicate nuance of spices.
The sip is harmonious, perfectly balanced in its components, fresh and with good persistence.
It is recommended in combination with grilled sea bream.
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