2014 Marisa Cuomo "Furore Bianco Fiorduva" Costa d'Amalfi

SKU #1260970 94 points Vinous

 Bright dark yellow-gold. Enticing aromas of ripe peach, lime, ginger, custard cream, spring flowers and minerals. Dense, smooth and rich, offering precise, strong flavors of ripe stone fruit, raisin, caramelized fig and crème brûlée. Quite perfumed in the mouth, and nicely balanced; the long finish displays a seamless quality and remarkable freshness for such a big, concentrated wine. (ID)  (11/2016)

K&L Notes

Danile Cernilli (aka Doctor Wine) gave this 97 Points and says, "Made with the local grapes Ripoli, Fienile and Ginestra which ripen and obtain their fragrance on the Amalfi Coast. The 2014 harvest allowed the acidity to deliciously balance the extracts which a wine like this almost always has given its deep Mediterranean origin. The bouquet is of citron, jasmine and ripe medlar while a delicate freshness makes this wine simply unforgettable." (03/2016)

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Other White Wines

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Italy

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Campania