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Mastroberardino Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio White

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1020749
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Mastroberardino Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio White 750ml

Mastroberardino Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio White

Colour: Straw yellow
Nose: Hints of pineapple, white peach, and a typical licquorice aroma
Palate: A well-structured and balanced wine, showing fine fruit allied to mineral notes

Classification: DOC white
Grape Variety: Coda di Volpe del Vesuvio 100%
Type of soil: Volcanic
Training system: Guyot and pergola
Period of harvest: First half of October
Yield per hectare: 8000 Kg
Alcohol content: 12,5 %

Versatile and adaptable to a wide range of dishes: ideal with ‘antipasto’ starters, seafood risottos and pastas, and grilled fish.

A wine with a prestigious name and a history entwined with legend: God cried as he found a corner of heaven stolen by Lucifer. Where his tears fell, there grew the Lacryma Christi vine. Given the extraordinary nature of the territory, where the vine must struggle through terrain rich in ash, lava and volcanic rock, who could ignore such natural force in the expression of aromas and flavours?

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Mastroberardino Mastroberardino Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio White
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
 

Notes on the Mastroberardino Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio White 750ML

Tasting Notes Colour: Straw yellow
Nose: Hints of pineapple, white peach, and a typical licquorice aroma
Palate: A well-structured and balanced wine, showing fine fruit allied to mineral notes

Wine Maker Notes Classification: DOC white
Grape Variety: Coda di Volpe del Vesuvio 100%
Type of soil: Volcanic
Training system: Guyot and pergola
Period of harvest: First half of October
Yield per hectare: 8000 Kg
Alcohol content: 12,5 %

Food Pairing Versatile and adaptable to a wide range of dishes: ideal with ‘antipasto’ starters, seafood risottos and pastas, and grilled fish.

Additional Notes A wine with a prestigious name and a history entwined with legend: God cried as he found a corner of heaven stolen by Lucifer. Where his tears fell, there grew the Lacryma Christi vine. Given the extraordinary nature of the territory, where the vine must struggle through terrain rich in ash, lava and volcanic rock, who could ignore such natural force in the expression of aromas and flavours?