Costa d'Amalfi 2017 Fiorduva Furore Bianco Marisa Cuomo
Amalfi Coast is a Fiorduva white wine produced by Marisa Cuomo in the Amalfi peninsula. It shows a light golden yellow color; on the nose there is an intense bouquet of yellow fruit and flowers. The taste is rich, mineral and soft. It perfectly combines refined dishes based on fish or shellfish.
- Fiorduva Furore Bianco Costa d'Amalfi
- Vino bianco
- Production area
- Type of soil
- Dolomitic-calcareous rocks
- System of cultivation
- Pergola and / or atypical spokes, espalier
- Harvest Time
- Third decade of October
- Gambero Rosso
- 3 glasses
- Large crustaceans and noble fish
- 0,75 l.
- Shiny golden yellow
- Yellow-fleshed fruit and flowers of broom and sage
- Rich, full and soft
HISTORY AND COMPANY
The Marion Farm is located in Marcellise of San Martino Buon Albergo, a town about ten kilometers east of Verona of Roman origin. There existed, in the place where the parish is now, an ancient pagan temple dedicated to the God Bono Event, adored by the inhabitants. It certainly bears the name of Buon Albergo from 1146, the year in which it is mentioned in certain documents. The green valley of Marcellise, also famous for its cherries and wine, has established itself in the market thanks to its wine cellars. The headquarters of the Marion Company, family run, is in a Renaissance villa belonging to the Count Marioni and dating back to the sixteenth century. La Marion, founded in the 80s by Stefano Campedelli, his wife Nicoletta and his brother Marco, can count on about twenty hectares of property and others for rent, located in a beautiful sunny area. The vines have mostly been transformed into Guyot, a system used in quality viticulture, which gives an excellent yield. The owners pay the utmost attention to the preservation of the plants and to all the phases of wine production. The company can boast excellent wines such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Valpolicella Superiore, Amarone and Teroldego. He uses particular methods for winemaking, for example the use of dried grapes for the production of Cabernet Sauvignon and the use of Slavonian wood instead of barrique. The clayey soil and the mild climate that characterize the area allow us to produce excellent full-bodied but light wines, able to distinguish the production of the Marion winery.