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Greco di Tufo is a DOCG of the Campania wine region in southern Italy. It is responsible for what is arguably the region's most prestigious white wine, made predominantly from the grape variety that shares its name. The Greco di Tufo grape is a clone of Greco Bianco and is believed to have been introduced to Campania by the Pelasgians, an ancient people from Thessaly in Greece. The name Tufo refers not only to one of the villages from which the wine comes, but also the type of rock on which the village was built. Known as tuff in English - but distinct from limestone tufa - it is made of ash ejected during an eruption which then compacts.

Synonyms include: Malvasia di Lipari, Pecorello Bianco, Greco Bianco di Consenza, Greco Bianco di Rogliano.

Food matches for Greco di Tufo include:

  • Pasta with shellfish (dry)
  • Pulled pork with barbeque sauce (dry)
  • Caramel-stuffed walnuts (sweet)
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Mastroberardino Greco di Tufo

R 540.00

On the nose, Mastroberardino Greco di Tufo has ripe apricot, pear, almond and dry fruits with hints of chamomile and sage leaf against a mineral backdrop. The taste is noteworthy...