2022 Antonio Caggiano Devon Greco di Tufo
|Type of Wine||White|
|Appellation||Greco di Tufo|
|Content (Alc)||0.75 ltr (13.5%)|
|Drink window||2023 - 2027|
The Devon Greco di Tufo is an Italian class wine made by top winery Antonio Caggiano from Taurasi, which is located in the Campania wine region. Taurasi is known for its atmosphere of folklore, ancient traditions, historical architecture and religion. The city of Taurasi has a historic city center with amazing architectural feats and ancient art pieces. Old churches and chapels embellish the area with its many folkloric festivals and traditions. Taurasi is an important wine center for the region. Winery Antonio Caggiano is one of the wineries we like to connect our name to! That is why this beautiful winery is included in our Grand Cru wines exclusive range.
This fresh white wine is made entirely from Greco di Tufo grapes. This grape variety makes for lush, mouth-filling white wines, and this is one of them. The wine has a bright yellow color and beautiful aromas of exotic fruit and peach blossom on the nose. The wine tastes creamy, with a hint of almond and a fine lively acidity. Nice long finish.
The vineyards are 500 meters above sea level. The soil of the vineyards is a mixture of clay and limestone. The grapes are harvested in mid-October. Fermentation takes place at controlled temperature in stainless steel vats where they are aged sur lie at a low temperature for 6-8 months. The wine then ages in the bottle for about 3 months and is then always released by the summer of the following year.
This Devon Greco di Tufo tastes great with a meal with fish, shellfish and crustaceans. Also delicious with vegetarian dishes, with toast and starters.
FACT: In the Tab: Appendix you will find the official fact sheet of this fine wine. We will automatically send it to you when you order this wine. The wine is in our conditioned Wine Warehouse and if you come to pick up the wine you will also receive a nice discount.
Antonio Caggiano - the 'Barolo of the South'
The Italian winery Antonio Caggiano is located in the wine region of Campania in the municipality (and also DOCG) of Taurasi. Taurasi is an important wine center for the region and you will also find yourself in an atmosphere of folklore, ancient traditions, historical architecture and religion. The city of Taurasi has a historic city center with amazing architectural masterpieces and ancient art pieces. Old churches and chapels beautify the area with its many folkloric festivals and traditions.
The wines from the spectacular winery Antonio Caggiano are all very special. The top wine is the Taurasi Vina Macchia dei Goti, also known as the 'Barolo of the South'. Furthermore, the winery makes the beautiful Fiano di Avelino and Greco di Tufo, from the 2 most typical white grapes from the Campania. Both wines are named after distant places that Caggiono visited as a photographer. The winery makes 3 different DOCGs and only a few copy them. The Macchia was voted best red Aglianico wine in the New York Times and we totally agree.
The winery founder, Antonio Caggiano, is quirky and outgoing. In addition to being a winemaker, he has been a passionate and enthusiastic photographer who has traveled all over the world for years. From the cold of the Artic countries to the African desert, from the United States to South America and finally to the old family vineyard (Salae Domini) to work on the realization of his winery founded in 1990. Driven by an irresistible desire to give a voice to the history & traditions of his beloved Taurasi, Antonio decided to start his own winery.
The winery has beautiful cellars with numerous fascinating small tunnels, built and designed by Antonio, who is also an architect. These cellars are not only the place where barriques, bottles and barrels are kept, but they also represent a real museum of wine growing. In every corner, on every wall and in the multiple recesses in the stone walls, the typical tools and objects used by winemakers can be admired. In addition to the tools and vessels, there is a variety of wood, glass and stone artwork, some of which were created by Antonio himself and others received as gifts from artist friends.
Antonio started this winery partly for his own pleasure, and partly for the challenge. Not only to rediscover the aromas and flavors previously lost in Taurasi wine, but also to create a small museum of farming tools used in the past. The winery has a modern technical structure with an authentic style. Visitors are welcome to wander through the cellars, giving the impression of a mysterious underground land made between walls of large stones, arches and vaults. These great cellars are therefore one of the distinguishing features of this winery.
The company is currently run by Antonio's son Giuseppe. Giuseppe, helped by his father and thanks to meticulous and passionate hard work in the vineyard and winery, has contributed to achieving a quality, distinctive style that has marked winery Antonio Caggiano as one of the best representatives of Irpinia wines.
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|Type of Wine||White|
|Appellation||Greco di Tufo|
|Drinking as of||2023|
|James Suckling rating||92|
|Tasting Profiles||Dry, Fresh, Fruity, Mineral, Tense|
|Drink moments||Borrelen, Met vrienden, Summer party, Terras, Voor alledag|
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