Greco di Tufo, Tenuta Daltavilla – Villa Matilde (75cl) DOCG Campania

£19.90 Inc. VAT

Vintage: 2018
Country: Italy
Region: Campania
Appellation: Greco di Tufo
Grape: 100% Greco di Tufo
Alcohol: 13%
Closure: Synthetic Cork

Producer: The story of Villa Matilde began in the 1960s as the passion project of
Neapolitan lawyer, Francesco Paolo Avallone. His vision was guided
by an abiding interest in Falernum, a wine best described as the “first
growth” of the Roman Empire and his tireless work and research into its
history ultimately led to the creation of the modern-day DOC of Falerno
del Massico in 1989. A similarly passionate approach is applied to the
rest of their range and aside from Falerno, they produce stellar examples
of Campanian wines from their vineyards in the prime areas of upper
Caserta, the Sannio near Benevento and Irpinia. Today, the winery is
managed by Avallone’s children, who have single-mindedly dedicated
themselves to continuing their father’s dream.

Vineyard: The grapes come from vineyards planted at a density of 2,500 to 3,000
vines per hectare on volcanic soils of tufa and marly clay. The vineyards
were planted between 1956 and 1980 at an altitude of 400 to 500
metres above sea level. The grapes were harvested in the second half
of October.

Winery: Following gentle pressing, the chilled must was then gravity settled
before undergoing temperature controlled fermentation in stainless steel
tanks. The wine was then matured in tank for four months before bottling.

Taste: Bold flavours of white peach and apricot give way to notes of citrus and
an appealing mineral streak. The palate is rich and well structured and
the finish leaves a subtle yet lingering flavour of sweet almonds.

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