Greco di Tufo DOCG

4.33 out of 5
(3 customer reviews)

£16.95

Greco di Tufo DOCG by Cantine di Marzo winery in Avellino area of Campania is made 100% of Greco frape coming from the famous area nearby the town ‘Tufo’.

This white wine is sunlight yellow with golden reflections in the glass. To the nose, a predominance of flint with notes of orange blossom and wild Mediterranean flowers which evolve into more fruity notes with a very discreet trace of eucalyptus. In the mouth, the first impact is its freshness sustained by its acidity which underlines its structure. A considerable minerality backs the predominant citrus notes. There is a pleasant aromatic persistence with a light after-taste of almond and nut. When aged, elegant minerality becomes predominant.

Food combinations: its fresh acidity makes it one of the few wines which accompany beautifully traditional tomato sauce in every form. Ideal with Pizza, pasta with tomato sauce as well as garlic based southern Italian dishes. Also ideal with seafood appetisers and grilled fish such a sea bass. Not to forget, Greco as a classic aperitif, with fried appetisers. 

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Cantine di Marzo

Di Somma family embarked on an ambitious program of development of Cantine di Marzo winery in 2009 with the goal of expressing the four hundred year old tradition of one of Italy’s oldest wineries, the first to have ever produced the Greco di Tufo wine.

The winery is structured over many levels with a drop of more than 20 meters allowing the use of gravity when moving the must and the wine. Wine making process is followed very carefully so that the wine may express all the personality given by the territory.

The main wines currently produced by the winery are Greco di Tufo, Fiano and Taurasi.

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3 reviews for Greco di Tufo DOCG

  1. 4 out of 5

    Stefania

    Fruity notes of apple, banana and a hint of savory spring flowers pleasant the sour note

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alexey

    Pleasant aroma evokes thoughts of a juicy slice of orange and a bouquet of wildflowers, wriggling to the nuances of eucalyptus. The same citrus notes in taste smoothly shimmer in the mineral cloud of aftertaste.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Natalia

    Pleasant, citrus notes intertwined with floral, bitterness in the aftertaste

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