From the vinification of the Coda di Volpe grape comes the Bianco di Bellona, dedicated to the beautiful goddess of war of Roman mythology, as fierce in battle as sweet and voluptuous in her rest. Legend has it that he loved to celebrate his triumphs together with the troops, watering his libations with lots of wine.
The grapes are harvested in mid-October and selected in the vineyard and in the cellar, where they are pressed whole. The "must flower" is cold clarified and then fermented at low temperatures. A short period of aging follows on the fine lees and then in the bottle. The color is crystalline, straw yellow, bright. The bouquet is fruity with notes of yellow peach, pineapple and banana and notes of aromatic herbs. The flavor is intense, deep and very persistent.