10,90 € tax incl.
The Greek comes from a vineyard 100 meters as the crow flies from the Avellino DOCG, but the plants testify to one of the oldest vineyards of the variety mentioned by Pliny. The label is a Bourbon riggiola, from the eighteenth century, like all the labels of the winery.
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Paper color with greenish reflections, plum flavor, hawthorn infusions, sweet notes of white fruit such as currants and white mulberries.
The Greek of the prince owes its name to Prince D'Avalos di Montesarchio, hero of the battle of Pavia, who gave the Spanish dominion of Italy at the end of the 1500s. King Charles V gave him a fiefdom that started from Naples and reached Pescara. He loved to dine with the Greek produced in Montesarchio, where he had the largest winery of his huge domains.
|The cellar||Masseria Frattasi|
|Vines and plants||100% Greek|
|Production area||Masseria Capitorre, Montesarchio|
|Vinification||Cold pre-fermentation skin maceration. Soft pressing and fermentation at a controlled temperature. Partial malolactic fermentation.|
|Maturation||Aging in steel for three months and subsequent rest in the bottle.|
|Name||Greco Beneventano IGT|
|Service temperature||12 ° / 14 °|
|Alcohol content in %Vol||13.0|