The wine was introduced by the greeks along the tyrrhenian coast. The name comes from characteristic shape of the cluster, whose grapes are grouped in pairs. This characteristic inspired the name “Aminea Gemina”. The typical soils where greco vine are cultivated are rich in minerals and they are particularly suitable for this wine. This mineral is what gives the wine its characteristic flavor.
|Name||Vico Storto – Greco Di Tufo Docg|
|Appellation||Denomination of controlled and guaranteed origin|
|Grape variety||100% greco di tufo|
|Training system||Trellis system with guyot pruning|
|Soil composition||The soil derived from the decomposition of clay rocks over thousands of years, thus they are highly rich in calcium, wich give the wine its perfume and complexity|
|Period of harvest||Second decade of October|
|Winemaking||Light pressing of whole clusters, cold static clearing,
Fermentation with selected yeasts
|Alcohol degree||13 % vol|
|Food matching||Fish soups, grilled fish|
|Serving temperature||10° c|
|Wine characteristics||Intense and brillant color, fragrant fruity notes and balanced flavor. Large and intense aroma, fresh, soft and persistent flavor, with hints of tropical fruit and cedar|
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