From the amazing cult producers of Irpinia, Campania, comes a compelling skinsy coda di volpe bianco. It's a textural, refreshing, wild-edged white(ish) wine from vineyards high in the hills and set away from mainstream winegrowing of Campania. Citrus, ripe and dried, fennel and brambly green herb characters, juicy in texture before a chalky, dry, lightly and pleasingly bitter finish finishes you off. Wonderful stuff here. A bit more slender than the 2017 on account of the colder weather, but every bit as quaffable. Perfect park wine. Plus, it's only available in large format bottles. PERFECT.