Issue Web Only 2012 - Light and easygoing, showing modest melon, pear and spice notes. Coda di Volpe, Fiano, Greco and Falanghina. Drink now.
- Country: Italy
- Wine Region: Campania
- Wine Area: Irpinia
- Wine Maker: Massimo Di Renzo
- Grape: Proprietary White Blend
- Grape Percentage: 20% Greco; 20% Falanghina; 30% Fiano, and 30% Coda di Volpe
- Alcohol Percentage: 13%
- Unit Quantity (ml): 750
- Best To Drink: Drink Now
Straw yellow in color, Mastro Campania Bianco has a bouquet of pineapple, peony, citrus fruit and peach. Pleasantly fresh in the mouth with balanced acidity with flavors of citrus fruits and quince.
Described by Antonio Galloni of Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate as “The Royal Family of Campania” , the house of Mastroberardino is one of the oldest and most well-respected wineries in Italy, producing red and white wines that rank among the finest quality in the world. The Mastroberardino winery is the most famous in Campania wines, and represents one of the region’s best areas for growing grapes: Avellino. Mastroberardino was established in the 1750s by famed winemaker Pietro di.. read more
A super Campania blend of Coda di Volpe, Fiano, Greco and Falanghina (basically all of the region’s white indigenous grapes), Mastro is a fabulously crisp, cheerful and enjoyable wine. It drinks like a charm with a no-fuss, direct approach. — M.L. (6/1/2011)
Made from 20% Greco; 20% Falanghina; 30% Fiano, and 30% Coda di Volpe sourced from various vineyards in Campania. The juice is fermented in stainless steel tanks and aged in steel before a short period of aging before release.