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Rotwein 2019 Costa d'Amalfi DOC "Furore Bianco - Fiorduva", Campania, Italy

Type: Rotwein (Red wine)
Quantity: 0.75 L
Alcohol content: 14.5%
Price: 60.00 €
Bottle closure: Natural cork
Maturing: large wood
Registration number: #MC-L03-192101

Wine Review Report:

wein.plus rating: excellent (90 WP) What our ratings mean
Last reviewed: 7 June, 2021
Editor note: Quite firm and deep, tart, multi-layered, dried-vegetable and nutty, also still a hint of charcoal fragrance with yellow-fruity aromas, floral tones, almonds and a hint of smoke. Ripe, tart, somewhat warm fruit, dried-vegetable and -floral tones, a little smoke and yellow spice, relatively present acidity, noticeable grip of ripe tannin, much power and noticeable but integrated alcohol, persistent and dense on the palate, good depth, distinct herbal aromas, minerality, firm structure, very good, tart, juicy, spicy and grippy finish
DOC area for white wines, red wines and rosé wines in the Italian region of Campania. The zone completely covers the municipalities of Amalfi, Atrani, Cetara, Conca dei Marini, Furore, Maiori, Minori, Positano, Praiano, Ravello, Scala, Tramonti and Vietri sul Mare in the province of Salerno. There are three subzones, Furore (Amalfi, Conca dei Marini, Furore, Praiano), Ravello (Atrani, Minori, Ravello, Scala) and Tramonti (Maiori, Tramonti), with different specifications regarding alcohol content and grape variety blend, which may be additionally indicated on the label

Bianco (also known as Passito and Spumante) is...

The region (Ital. Campania) with the capital Naples lies in the southwest of Italy along the Tyrrhenian coast near the "bootstrap". Only the regions of Apulia, Calabria and Sicily lie further south. It is one of the oldest wine-growing regions in Italy, with viticulture dating back to the Etruscans. Greek colonists founded colonies here and in neighbouring Calabria probably as early as 1,000 BC and called the area Oinotria (land of vines raised on stakes). Later, the Romans perfected viticulture here and called the area "Campania Felix" (happy land) because wine thrives here due to the alluvial and volcanic soil...

Italy is one of the oldest wine-growing countries, with origins dating back at least to 1,000 BC. At that time, the Etruscans appeared in central Italy and settled areas of the four present-day regions of Abruzzo, Lazio, Tuscany and Umbria. The origin of Italian wine culture lies primarily in Greek colonisation, which brought Greek viticultural culture to the peninsula beginning in the 10th century BC on the island of Sicily as well as Campania and Calabria. The Greeks brought many of their grape varieties with them and named the land ideal for...

The white grape variety comes from Italy. Synonyms are Ripala, Ripoli and Uva Ripola. According to DNA analyses carried out in 2005, it is related to the varieties Aglianicone, Falanghina Flegrea and Pallagrello Nero. It produces white wines with aromas of apricots and honey. The variety is cultivated in Campania (province of Salerno), where it is used in the DOC white wine Costa d'Amalfi. In 2010, only one hectare of vineyard was designated.

The white grape variety originates from Italy. Synonyms are Biancatenera, Biancazita, Ginestro and Nocella. It was mentioned in 1825 as one of the main varieties of the province of Napoli in Campania. DNA analyses carried out in 2005 revealed a possible relationship to the Caprettone variety. The late-ripening vine is susceptible to botrytis. It produces acidic white wines with aromas of broom (Italian: ginestra), which develop tones reminiscent of Riesling with age. The variety is cultivated in small quantities in the Campanian province of Salerno on the Amalfi coast. It is permitted there in the DOC wine Costa...

The white grape variety comes from Italy. The name refers to the straw-yellow colour of the berries. In 2005, DNA analyses showed a relationship to the Campanian varieties Pellecchiona and Cacamosca. The parentage (parenthood) is unknown. The early ripening vine with sugar-rich berries, mostly grown on pergolas, is susceptible to botrytis. It produces white wines with moderate acidity and aromas of apricots, candied fruit and honey. It is mainly cultivated in Campania, on the Amalfi coast, where it is permitted in the DOC wine Costa d'Amalfi. The vine is threatened with...

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