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Coda di volpe

The coda di volpe has been documented in Campania since the time of Pliny the Elder, who named it so in Naturalis historia because of the particular shape of the bunchA simple but pleasant white grape, of good freshness, it takes on a particularly interesting mineral profile in the Vesuvius area, thanks to the volcanic soils and the sometimes very old and ungrafted vines, which also contribute to the famous white Lacryma Christi.

Coda di Volpe wines