Sannio Greco

The name and the origins of the Greco grape variety derive from the Aminee gemine vine, cited in ancient times by Columella, Virgil and Pliny. It is a grape variety that has found in the mineral-rich Sannite terroir the perfect balance to give rise to a wine of great prestige. A white grape growing in small winged clusters, it has a medium early budbreak and ripens in the second/third decade of October.
Appellation
Sannio DOP
Region
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Zone
Campania
Varietals
Greco 100%
Wine Type
White wine

Greco

Grape yield per hectare tons
8-10
Average production/year
30000 btls
Organic status
Conventional

Tasting Notes

Serving temperature 10 °C

Pairings Fresh cheese, pasta, sea food

Color Intense straw/golden yellow

Nose Very intense and persistent, mineral and austere

Palate Fresh, salty, medium/full bodied, quite round, vibrant and long aftertaste

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