Wine Feudi di San Gregorio, "Cutizzi" Greco Di Tufo DOCG, 2010, 375 ml
The color of wine is bright, golden, with straw-yellow tones. There are reflections shade of lime green.
Taste wine perfectly balanced, clean with mineral notes. The finish is long, elegant and dry.
Intense aroma of wine, fruit intonations (peach, pear, plum). Captured motives green leaf, hawthorn, vanilla, balsamic vinegar and mint.
Wine is recommended for seafood, sea bass, raw fish. Also perfectly matched with mozzarella.
Wine "Cutizzi" created from grapes Greco di Tufo, which literally translates as "Greek". He is the oldest white grape variety in Campania and matures on the sunlit slopes of Vesuvius. The variety was brought to Italy by the ancient Greeks from Pelasgia. It was found that at Pompeii, in the I century BC already produced wine from this variety. Earlier, the Greek was called Aminea. This grape is often combined with a variety Falanghina (eg, as in wine "Lacryma Cristi"). Greco di Tufo vines are grown on soils of volcanic sandstone. This condition adds guilt "Kutitstsi" minerality and freshness in taste and aroma. The wine is fermented in stainless steel tanks at a temperature of 16-18 ° C, after which the precipitate is aged at 4-5 months.
Kutitstsi - perfect wine, pleasant surprises and intriguing its fruitiness and subtle nuances in flavor and aroma.