Cantina Indigeno Coco Bianco

$36.00

5 in stock

Vintage: 2019
Region: Abruzzo, Italy
Viticulture: Organic
Grape varieties: 100% Cococciola

Cantina Indigeno Coco Bianco is made from 100% Cococciola, a grape rare and native to Abruzzo. Peach, tarragon, and sea spray.

Song: Friend of the Devil by Grateful Dead

5 in stock

Save BIG when you buy more (mix and match) 

SAVE 10% when you buy 6-11 bottles
SAVE 15% when you buy 12-23 bottles
SAVE 20%  when you buy 24 bottles or more!

More Information

About Cantina Indigeno Coco Bianco

Cantina Indigeno Coco Bianco is made from 100% Cococciola, a grape rare and native to Abruzzo, that macerates for 3 days. Peach, tarragon, salt, with creamy mouthfeel.

About Cantina Indigeno

Cantina Indigeno is located near Teramo, Abruzzo region, Central Italy. Cantina Indigeno is one of Italy’s most exciting natural wine producers, working with minimal intervention and organically farmed, mostly Montepulciano and Trebbiano grapes. Their natural wines are nothing short of amazing. Always different, always evolving in the glass.

About Cococciola

Cococciola is an Italian grape variety from the east coast of southern Italy, specifically Abruzzo and northern Puglia. It is a green-skinned grape that produces straw-colored wine with pronounced acidity and grassy, herbaceous aromas comparable to those found in Sauvignon Blanc.

Although traditionally used as a blending grape due to its ability to produce balanced wines, Cococciola is now found more and more in varietal wines produced and sold under Abruzzo’s various IGT titles.

Cococciola’s origins have yet to be proven. Still, it has been suggested that the variety might be native to Rocca San Giovanni, a small town in the Chieti province of Abruzzo. At the turn of the century, the variety occupied a global total of fewer than 2,475 acres (1,000 ha) of vineyard area.

Small Wine Shop Bearded Man with Hat and Stripped Shirt Illustration

Before You Go, Why Not Subscribe to Our Newsletter?

We are proud to offer you wines from some of the coolest most innovative winemakers from all over the world. Find out why they are so darn cool, what to serve with them and more! Who knows, we might even include a few surprise sales and bonus recipes in there for you. Whatcha waiting for? Subscribe!

You have Successfully Subscribed!