Marisa Cuomo

Marisa Cuomo

The Marisa Cuomo Wineries are in Furore, a small jewel embedded in the Amalfi Coast. Here the landscapes are breathtaking, and it is easy to see the vines in close contact with nature, climbing on the steep slopes, where man is forced to rip soil to the rock to plant the vineyard, is the work of viticulture is completely manual is tiring . The history of the cellar began in 1980 when Andrea bought the Gran Furore brand and its vineyards, and in 1982 married Marisa Cuomo, daughter of an Italian soldier. The vines of Marisa Cuomo extend over a thirty hectare area cultivated on a dolomite-calcareous-volcanic soil and are grown on a pergola, as it is used in the Amalfi Coast. Vineyards are the local autochthonous; We find Falanghina, Biancolella, Ripoli, Fenile and Broom for white berries, and Aglianico and Piedirosso for red berries. The cellar is dug into the rock of Dolomitic origin, and here, in this damp and cool environment, wines can rest inside the French oak barriques. The wines of Marisa Cuomo are extraordinary, unique and in every sip we can appreciate the hard work of man.

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