Coda di Volpe, a grape already mentioned by Pliny the Elder in his “Naturalis Historia” with the name of “Cauda Vulpium” for its bunch which when fully ripe takes on the shape of the fox's tail.
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The cellar, equipped with the most modern equipment, is divided into two structures, one purely technical for winemaking and the other, located inside the ancient farm, where the aging and bottling of wines takes place.
Falanghina from the Greek-Latin term "Falango", that is "Palo", as the characteristic of Campania viticulture is that of the "Vine tied to the pole", or always from the Greek-Latin term "Falange", giving it the meaning of "Falange" ”Of the finger to which you would like the grape to resemble.
Greco is a grape so called because it was brought to southern Italy by the Pelasgians of Thessaly in the 8th century BC. It is also called “aminea gemina” due to the twin shape of the small bunches.
Fiano, a grape called “Vitis Apiana” by the Latins because bees are particularly fond of the sweetness of this grape.