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Wine of the Week: Coda di Volpe from Terredora

I had lunch with someone from Campania today and was happily reminded of this fantastic grape, Coda di Volpe. Coda di Volpe is a grape that hails from the Campania region. 171 more words


Italian Indigenous Varieties: Coda di Volpe Bianca from Campania

Coda di Volpe is a grape that hails from the Campania region. There are both white and red grapes with this name, although the red is much more rare. 308 more words


The Party Source's Wine of the Day

For something completely different, our #ItalianWineThursday selection is the Terredora RosaeNovae 2012, $12.99, regular $16. An incredible dry blush from 100% Aglianico. Dark cherry, pomegranate, cranberry and light spice notes abound. 8 more words

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Pompeii's wines: Terredora and the quiet majesty of Campania

Campania produces the best wines Italy’s not famous for. Yes, there’s the semi-esteemed Taurasi, but the whites — Fiano and Greco di Tufo, along with Falanghina and Coda di Volpe — fly under so many radars it borders on injustice. 40 more words

Wine Wednesday: Fiano d'Avellino from Terredora + Aaron Neville

For my birthday this year, I did a number of different things, among them I took two dear friends to see Aaron Neville at City Winery. 243 more words

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Wine Review: 2008 · Terredora · Aglianico · Campania, IT

According to Robert Parker, Terredora is one of the largest and most important estates in Campania. Campania, according to Wikipedia, is a region in southern Italy responsible for producing over 50% of the country’s nuts. 333 more words


Terredora is Austin Chronicle "wine of the week"

Above: Lucio Mastroberardino belongs to one of Italy’s most illustrious winemaking families. His origins as a winemaker stretch back to the 17th century. Today, his Terredora estate produces some of Southern Italy’s most coveted fine wines. 134 more words

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