The Coda di Volpe Lucinda Amarano is made of 100% Coda di Volpe grapes. The Coda di Volpe Lucinda Amarano vineyards are located in Irpina area, like many of Campania’s leading wine zones, Irpinia was also given a boost by the esteemed winemaker Antonio Mastroberardino, who proved that combining traditional methods with dynamic and modern techniques could create wines with real finesse. The wine is vinified in steel and then aged in bottle for at least 6 months before release.
The Amarano Winery is located in Montemarano, Avellino, in the heart of Irpinia, a land that has always been used for vine growing. The company was founded in 2004 and is a family business. The vineyards to produce Amarano wines extend over an area of 7 hectares at 500 meters above sea level, on rolling hills, facing the beautiful village of Castelfranci. Irpinia is a territory where the thermal excursions contribute to generating high-quality grapes with intense aromas, able to create long-lived wines with a strong structure and exceptional elegance. The uniqueness of the territory and the sapient viticulture are the perfect combinations to create from these grapes their best expression.