Coda di Volpe

White grape variety traditionally grown in the Campania region of Italy, it is sometimes confused with the variety Emilia, as they both share the synonym 'Coda di Volpe'. This translates as 'Tail of the fox' as the elongated bunches of grapes are said to resemble a fox's tail. Look out for Irpinia and Sannio, the names of Campanian DOCs which use this variety, and Solopaca and Vesuvio DOCs which use blended proportions. The delicious wines produced are typically fruit driven with a touch of spice.

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