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Greco di Tufo DOCG

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Tasting Notes

Along with Fiano di Avellino, Greco di Tufo is arguably the region’s most prestigious white wine. Greco vines are believed to have been introduced to Campania by the Greeks (hence its name). The name Tufo instead refers to one of the villages from which the wine comes, but also the type of tufa-rich volcanic and clay soils which give Greco di Tufo its typical minerality.

The Nativ Greco di Tufo has the characteristic pale color with gold reflections and opens with a rich and powerfully aromatic nose of apricot, peach and citrus. On the palate it is full bodied, soft and well balanced with excellent acidity and minerality. It is ideal as an aperitif with hors d’oeuvres, shellfish, lobster, all types of seafood, chicken dishes and cold meat.

2012 vintage rated 90 points International Wine Cellar “A Knockout Greco di Tufo“!

2014 vintage rated 91 points Wine Review Online

- Please note there was a minor label change on the new 2014 vintage.

Winery

Nativ

Region

campania

Varietal

100% Greco di Tufo

Location of Vineyards

Paternopoli, Irpinia

Altitude

350 meters above sea level

Type of Planting

Traditional

Soil

Rich in mineral microelements, soft and of volcanic origin

Type of Cultivation

Guyot

Vinification

Harvest is done by hand in mid-October. Soft pressing of the whole bunch, cold static decanting and fermentation through selected yeasts.

Aging

4 months in stainless steel.

Alcohol Content

13.5%

Total Production

35,000 bottles

Oenologist

Mario Ercolino