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Grape Varieties - Coda di Volpe

Coda di Volpe

A grape grown in Campania on the hillsides around Naples and producing full bodied, dry white wines. Ancient variety.

The name means "fox's tail", describing the shape of the bunches.

Signature Style

Signature Style

Rich, full-bodied, dry white wines. When made from rpie fruit it can display exotic aromas of tropical fruits.

Famous Examples

Famous Examples

None

Principle Regions

Principle Regions

Campania in southern Italy

Synonyms

Synonyms

Alopecis, Caprettone, Cianca rossa, Coada Vulpi, Coda di Pecora, Coda di Volpe bianca, Coda di Volpe de Maddaloni, Coda di Vulpe durante, Crapettone, Durante, Falerno, Lisica opasca bjelaja, Lisitcha opachka biala, Pallagrello, Pallegrello bianco

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