The ancients highly praised the wine’s of the Pompei area: as Plinius once wrote: “the terrain and the environment, not just the vine, make the difference, and ageing is of a benefit”. Coda di Volpe wine derives from the ancient vine “Cauda Vulpium”means "tail of the fox", so-called for its characteristic grape form, curved and long up to 40 cm. The type of wine cultivated on the slopes of the Vesuvius is also locally called “caprettone” or “crapettone”. A white wine with a straw yellow colour, it has an intense aromatic smell with clear hints of broom and mature fruits. It has a dry taste and its well bodied with a fine, pleasant and harmonic fragrance, which makes it a balanced and versatile wine.
The Iovine Winery offers some of the best Wines of the Sorrento Peninsula, with an unprecedented "Terra del Gragnano", sparkling red Gragnano Doc, produced only with Pimonte grapes and refermented in the bottle like the old fashion way. We are talking of the highest enological expression ever achieved in the Land of the Sirens.
If we wanted to summarize the past and above all the present of the Iovine Family, "Four generations of winemakers in the Sorrento Peninsula, the Land of the Sirens". With these words, Aniello, the winemaker, presents the family business. A reality present in the Lattari Mountains, rooted in the territory but also open to the challenges of the global market by focusing on the quality of its product. Iovine Wines are present at the most important trade fairs and can boast a series of awards and certificates of all respect to guarantee the quality of their wines.
Alcohol: 12% vol
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