Greco di Tufo Puddinghe Claudio Quarta 2022 View larger

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First produced in 2012, Greco Di Tufo 'Puddinghe' comes from vineyards planted in the late 1940s. The vines in this parcel, located at an altitude of 700 metres, are planted on soil composed of rocky conglomerates known as Puddinghes. Claudio Quarta's parcel-based cuvée is matured in barrels for several months before bottling. The result is a wine with pleasant, delicate aromas, balanced with a touch of freshness that gives it length and elegance.

Additional tasting notes

Color : Straw yellow.

Nose : Intense, complex bouquet of lime and pear with hints of Mediterranean herbs and white fruits.

Mouth : Fresh and vertical attack marked by a magnificent invigorating acidity which then blossoms nobly in the palate, and a finish that reveals an impressive structure. Lime and citrus give way to a subtle finish interspersed with floral aromas and white peach.

Alcohol level : 13%

Winemaking : Vinification in stainless steel vats. Partial ageing (around 9%) in barrels for 4 months.

Food pairing : Risotto with mushrooms, mussels in pepper, Caprese peach and buffalo mozzarella cheese, fish.

Aging potential : < 5 Years

  • Country : Italy
  • Region : Campania
  • Producer : Cantina Sanpaolo
  • Appellation : Greco di Tufo DOCG
  • Classification alfavin : Complex white
    Structured and balanced wine, accompanies easily a meal with more elaborate and rich dishes
  • Grape : Greco
  • Content : 75 cl
  • Type : White
  • Wine Name : Cantina Sanpaolo Greco di Tufo Puddinghe Claudio Quarta 2022 White

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