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Cantine di Marisa Cuomo (Marisa Cuomo Cellars)

  • Via G.B.Lama 16/18 Map It
  • Furore
  • Winery/Brewery/Distillery

Updated 12/12/2013

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The most famous of Furore's vineyards is the Gran Furor Divina Costiera estate, where top-quality "extreme" wines (so-called because of the grape-growing conditions) have been produced since 1942. Now named for owner Andrea Ferraioli's wife, the winery has won countless awards all over the world. Among the most lauded vintages is the Bianco Fiorduva, a white wine made from grapes that are allowed to over-ripen a bit. Daughter Dorotea organizes tastings for a minimum of

six people, and the cellar, hewn from the hillside Dolomitic limestone rock, can be visited from January into August (call for details). Andrea is also a talented photographer so don't miss the opportunity to see his stunning shots of the surrounding region. If you visit, ask to view the part of the stone wall (not far from the cellar) where you can see a magnificent 100-year-old horizontal vine.

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Via G.B.Lama 16/18, Furore, 84010, Italy

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