Langhe DOC 'Long Now' 2015 (750 ml.) -...
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Greco di Tufo 'Goleto' by Tenute Capaldo (Feudi di San Gregorio group) pays homage to the deep bond that unites the winery to these lands. The most expressive vineyards were selected, 'patches of land' in the most suitable districts, whose grapes are vinified in a real 'cellar in the cellar'. And almost 10 years of experimentation preceded the arrival of this Greco di Tufo. It is obtained from vineyards (2.5 hectares) located in the San Paolo area, in the municipality of Tufo, in the Cicogna, Laura and Nassano districts. The plants date back to 1988 and grow near the ancient sulfur mines. 80% of the mass is aged in barriques and barrels of 20 hectoliters and the remaining 20% in amphora, followed by 12 months in the bottle.
Feudi di San Gregorio, which for thirty years has valued the native vines of the Campania tradition (such as Greco, Fiano and Aglianico), is today the first winery in southern Italy and an export that covers more than 50 countries in the world . This experience led the Capaldo family to explore the winemaking potential of other regions of Italy. Thus was born, alongside Feudi, the "Tenute Capaldo" project, which encompasses a complex of wineries that share the same fundamental values of long-term vision, adherence to the territory, culture and respect for the consumer. This group includes: DUBL, the Campania method sparkling wine; Campo alle Comete, a Tuscan bulwark in Bolgheri; Basilisco, organic winery in the Vulture; Ognissole, biodynamics in Puglia; Sirch, in the splendid Colli Orientali del Friuli and, finally, FedeGraziani, the outpost in the heart of Etna. They all share the same values: producing wines of excellent quality respecting the territory they belong to.