Wine Benito Ferrara, "Due Chicchi" Greco, Campania IGT, 2014
Reviews of purchase Benito Ferrara, "Due Chicchi" Greco, Campania IGT, 2014
The wine is light straw color.
The taste of wine is soft, fresh, bright acidity, which is set off by a little light hint of creamy, bright and fruity tones. The finish is long and pleasant.
The aroma of wine is fresh, delicate, with hints of white flowers and ripe fruit.
The wine can be consumed as an aperitif, as well as in combination with fish dishes, white meats, poultry, seafood and goat cheese.
A blend of aromatic, rich wine "Due Chicchi" consists of the dominant grape variety Greco and a small fraction of the autochthonous Italian grape Coda di Volpe, whose name in Italian means "fox tail". Both varieties are grown on clay-limestone soils at an altitude of 500 meters above sea level. The exposition of the vineyards - Eastern. Age of vines varies from 10 to 30 years. Crop harvested in early October. After soft pressing fermented wort stainless steel tanks, and then aged for a first 7 months in steel containers, and then 1-2 months - bottled.
Winery Benito Ferrara (Benito Ferrara) was founded in 1880 and initially was engaged only in growing grapes. Today, the company owns eight hectares of vineyards, divided 30 years ago and cultivated Guyot system. The vineyards are located in the hills at an altitude of 500-600 meters above sea level and have excellent exposure, which helps to obtain a fine crop. Transformed into the winery, the company Benito Ferrara began to produce high-quality wines, which regularly receive high scores in international rankings.