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In the vineyards that climb up to Vesuvius, grapes sparkle in the sun like grains of gold. Of a golden yellow colour that the ancient Romans called it “flavus”. Is the grape ”Coda di Volpe” from which we get a noble wine that is like “flava”lava of an eruption of flavours and unique sensations, the white Lacryma Christi of Vesuvius.
A wine with unique taste and ancient tradition, whose origins are lost in myth.
Legend has it that God, by recognizing in the Gulf of Naples a strip of sky torn off by Lucifer during his fall to the underworld, cried and where his divine tears fell the Lacryma Christi vines arose.

  • Characteristics
  • Classification: D.O.C.
  • Production area: Boscoreale – Terzigno – Pompei
  • Grapes: Coda di Volpe 85%, Falanghina 15%
  • Soil type: Volcanic origin – sandy
  • Growing system: Tendone and Espalier with Guyot pruning
  • Vineyards altitude: 230 – 250 meters above sea level
  • Exposure: South – South/East
  • Harvest: End of September. Manual harvest with grapes selection.
  • yield per hectare: 85/90 q
  • Aging: Stainless steel
  • Alcohol: 13%
  • Tasting Notes
  • Colour: Straw yellow
  • Bouquet: Typical of the natural Vesuvius flora and fresh white fruits.
  • Palate: Full and persistent.
  • More information
  • Service temperature: 8-10 °C
  • Food pairing: Soup and seafood appetizer. All fish and shellfish dishes. White meats and delicate cheeses.