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Costa d'Amalfi


Costa d'Amalfi is a wine made in the Italian province of Salerno with grapes grown at an altitude of less than 650 meters. It was granted its DOC status in 1995 and the regular wine can be a blended white (Bianco), red (Rosso) or rosé (Rosato). In addition, the name of three subappellations, Furore, Ravello or Tramonti, may appear on the label if the grapes come from one of these regions and have an alcohol content of at least 11% for whites and 11.5% for reds and rosés. If these subappellation wines are aged for at least two years they may also be called Riserva.

This page last modified: 7 Dec 2007 by TheWineRater.