Coda Di Volpe Torama Vadiaperti 2017
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Coda Di Volpe Torama Vadiaperti 2017

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The Coda di Volpe is an ancient native vine of Irpinia, revalued in 1993 by Raffaele Troisi, who bet on the quality of grapes in the right terroir. Torama is the local name to indicate the limestones rich soils, which are the ideal cradle to best express the Coda di Volpe. The grapes are selected and hand-picked in the vineyard in early October.

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Vadiaperti is in the province of Avellino, in Montefredane. Antonio Troisi with his son Raffaele lead a company that does not let itself be fooled by the fashion of the moment, but produces authentic wines related to tradition. At the intersection of two large DOC camps, Fiano and Greco di Tufo, the company also produces the Coda di Volpe in purity, once relegated to the task of "cutting" the Greek of Tufo, now embellished by its DOC. After his father's premature death, Raffaele continued his activity in the vineyard and in the cellar with the same ideas of his family generations that preceded him. The vineyards profit from volcanic soils with tufacee characteristics, which reasoned agriculture can carry in the bottle. The vineyards of Fiano, Greco, Coda di volpe and Aglianico live at 400-600 m above sea level in an area with a great natural impact.

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