Villa Dora

Vigna del Vulcano Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio Bianco Falanghina Coda di Volpe

9.028 ratings
8.88 pro ratings
Vesuvio, Napoli, Campania, Italy
Coda di Volpe, Falanghina
Top Notes For
Eduardo Bolaños

Sommelier Terroni Downtown LA

8.9

2008

2008

Nov 12th, 2014
Joshua Blissett

Interesting. 2008 has a bit of wet dog at the end.

Interesting. 2008 has a bit of wet dog at the end.

Mar 26th, 2014
Keri Busino

I have never tasted such a volcanic soil dominated wine! Nor did I know Lacryma Christi was made in a white wine. Two new things in one!

I have never tasted such a volcanic soil dominated wine! Nor did I know Lacryma Christi was made in a white wine. Two new things in one!

Oct 29th, 2013
Courtney Quinn

Smoke from volcanic soil!

Smoke from volcanic soil!

Oct 29th, 2013
Eric Danch

Importer Blue Danube Wines

Briny bright goodness. Year after year a pleasure to drink.

Briny bright goodness. Year after year a pleasure to drink.

Sep 29th, 2015
Paola

Salty mineral taste, amazing with local fresh fish

Salty mineral taste, amazing with local fresh fish

Feb 18th, 2018
Marie Tyler

2011

Aug 29th, 2014
Aaron Epstein

Writer/Curator Le Metro Wines

Included in Le Metro Volume IV: "Volcanic Vines" September, 2013.

Included in Le Metro Volume IV: "Volcanic Vines" September, 2013.

Oct 23rd, 2013
Super Jessico

The ultimate seafood wine! 11' from the slopes of vesuvio, only the strong survive here, coda di volpe, falanghina, piedirosso...ripe apricots, stony minerality and an amazingly rich and clean texture. It rocked with roasted Pacu!

The ultimate seafood wine! 11' from the slopes of vesuvio, only the strong survive here, coda di volpe, falanghina, piedirosso...ripe apricots, stony minerality and an amazingly rich and clean texture. It rocked with roasted Pacu!

Jul 18th, 2015
Amanda Clements

Oily. Minerally. Stands up well to food

Oily. Minerally. Stands up well to food

Jun 30th, 2015