IGP Colli di Salerno

IGP Colli di Salerno: It is a very interesting apellation from Campania producing red, white, rose’, dessert wines.  White Grapes are Asprinio, Biancolella, Bombino Bianco, Coda di Volpe,  Falanghina, Fiano, Forastera, Greco, Malvasia, Montonico Bianco, Moscato, Trebbiano, Verdeca. Red Grapes are  Aglianico, Aleatico, Barbera, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cesanese, Malvasia Nera, Merlot, Montepulciano, Piedirosso, Primitivo, Sangiovese, Sciascinoso. This appellation from Campania lies close to the city of Salerno. The Minimum alcohol level is 10.0% for Bianco and white varietals; 10.5% for all frizzante wines, Rosato, Rosso, and red/rosato varietals; 11.0% for Novello; 15.0% potential for Passito

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In the meantime, if you are in the mood for a good book, you can try:
– The Modern History of Italian Wine by Walter Filipputti
– Hidden Gems of Italy: An Insider’s Secret Formula To Find Top-Class Italian Wines At Value Prices And Taste La Dolce Vita by Tony Margiotta

Additionally, you can discover the other wines from Campania.

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