Donnachiara 2012 Coda di Volpe (Irpinia)

Made from the native Coda di Volpe grape, which translates into “fox's tail,” this wine conveys rustic, almost musky aromas that aren't unpleasant. The palate is friendlier, offering savory mandarin, citrus and pear with mineral notes and a bone-dry, rather bitter finish. Kerin O’Keefe

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    Michelangelo Selections
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