Costa d'Amalfi D.O.C. Furore Bianco "Fiorduva"



Marisa Cuomo

Marisa Cuomo


Furore Bianco Fiorduva is the magnificent result of the undoubted experience of Marisa Cuomo in the art of winemaking. Three grapes combine to create such a masterpiece, Fenile, Ginestra and Ripoli, hand-picked to preserve the precious organoleptic characteristics...

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... together create a precious nectar with golden shade that gives the eye a joyful representation of the sun kissing the Amalfi Coast. Here is where Marisa Cuomo grows her vines, caressed by the wind enriched by the perfumes of the Mediterranean Sea, where the grapes are enhanced by voluptuous and fresh shades that can be found in tasting. Enchant your senses with fine veins of sweet ripe apricot, combined with the sensual scents of broom that makes you desire to drink it on a terrace of the Amalfi Coast. In tasting it discovers a golden world of a unique fullness. The complexity of perfumes gives romantic and tasty sips, ending with a special smoothness with which the Furore Bianco Fiorduva of Marisa Cuomo caresses the palate. It leaves us breathless, thinking on the plurality of expression with which the Fiorduva describes the terroir of Furore, dominated by the influence of the Tyrrhenian Sea easily revealing brackish and fresh shades. A great wine that make us fall in love with the native grapes of the Amalfi Coast and expressing their full potential with aging. The Furore Bianco Fiorduva of Marisa Cuomo winery is truly a golden masterpiece.

Grape varieties:
30% Fenile, 30% Ginestra, 40% Ripoli.

Production zones and municipalities:
Furore and neighbouring municipalities.

-  Exposure and altitude:
Coastal terraces set 200/550 metres above sea level, with southerly exposure.

Soil composition:
Dolomitic-limestone rock.

 - Cultivation system:
Pergola and/or atypical radial, espalier.

Plant density:
5000-7000 vines per hectare.

Grape harvest yield per hectare:
About 6 tons per hectare (1.3 kg per plant).

Harvesting time:

Last ten days of October. Hand-picked.- Grapes:

Fenile 30%, Ginestra 30%, Ripoli 40%


Production zones and municipalities:
Furore and neighbouring municipalities.

Exposure and altitude:
Coastal terraces set 200/550 metres above sea level, with southerly exposure.


Soil composition:
Dolomitic limestone rock.


Cultivation system:
Pergola and/or atypical radial, espalier.


Plant density:
5000-7000 vines per hectare.


Grape harvest yield per hectare:
About 6 tonnes per hectare (1.3 kg per plant).


Harvesting time:
Last ten days of October. Hand picked.

AWARDS / RECOMMENDED BY

- "Oscar 2006" Best Italian White
- "Tre Bicchieri" Gambero Rosso
- "Cinque Grappoli" AIS
- Gold Medal at Selezione del Sindaco, Città del Vino
- Silver Medal at Selezione del Sindaco, Città del Vino
- Gold Medal at Femmes et Vins du Monde, France
- Best of Class Award Limited Production, US
- Special Mention at the International Oenology Competition, Vinitaly
- Grand Gold Medal at the International Competition of Mountain Wines, Cervim
- "Top 100" Club di Papillon
- "Best 2012 white wine ", Gusto Cortina Wine & Food Festival Priz

Organoleptic properties  

 

 

 

Organoleptic properties

COLOUR: bright yellow with golden hues

AROMA: the scent is reminiscent of apricots and broom flowers, with a hint of tropical fruit

FLAVOUR: the taste is smooth, dense and characterised by a considerable aromatic persistence of dried apricots, sultanas and candied fruit.

Serving temperature

Best enjoyed at a temperature of 10-12°C.

TypeWhite Wine
RegionsCampania
Designation of originCosta d'Amalfi D.O.C.
SubareaFurore
VarietyRipoli, Ginestra, Fenile
Harvest2017
Alcohol Content13,5 %

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