It is made of a wise blend of Bianca Zita and Biancolella grapes, a recipe inherited for centuries with the two vineyards cultivated in the area of production. We extract this wine from the steep slopes of the hills in Tramonti, that are the green frame of the Amalfi Coast. Its colour is pale yellow, with an intense and delicate flavour, it reminds of green apples and wildflower honey. When tasting it, it has got a noble acidity and a solid structure.



NAME: Costa d’Amalfi DOC Tramonti Bianco

GRAPES: 60% Falanghina grapes and 40% Biancolella grapes


EXPOSURE AND SEA LEVEL: The exposure is mainly southwards, and the pergola cultivation stands between 300 and 500 metres above the sea level.

TYPE OF SOIL: Cultivated layer made up of rearranged fragments of blended and pyroclastic fractions. 

SYSTEM OF CULTIVATION: Espalier at guyot and atypical radial system (traditional system)

DENSITY OF THE VINEYARD: In the new vineyards there can be between 4000 and 5000 plants per hectare. In the traditional vineyards the density is of about 2500 plants per hectare

YIELD PER HECTARE: Our production is of about 9000 kg

VINTAGE SEASON: Second half of October

WINE-MAKING: The grapes are rigorously picked by hand, then taken to the cellar after being accurately selected in the vineyard and the stalks being removed from the grapes. The grapes macerate together with the skins, then they are pressed.

The must is left to decant with a static cold system, and selected yeasts are injected in the must produced. It ferments at a low temperature to keep its flavours intact. The fermentation lasts for about 20 - 30 days REFINING PROCESS: Elevagès sur lies for 4 - 5 months.

EXTRACT:  dry 19.5 g/L 

TOTAL GRADE OF ACIDITY: 5,3 per thousand expressed in tartaric acid

GRADE OF ALCOHOLIC: 12.50 % vol.

ORGANOLEPTIC FEATURES: Its colour is light yellow (straw),it has an intense scent of tropical fruits, flowers and honey. Its taste is typically fresh, warm and with a noble degree of acidity, slightly bitter. The aftertaste is long and intense.