To get to the bottom of the “Tail of the Fox” we’ll just yield the floor to our friend and mentor, Ian D’agata:
“Though teachers will never admit it, they almost always have a favorite student in their class, much as writers will always have a favorite one of their characters over another. So I feel entitled to state unabashedly that Coda di Volpe Bianca is one of my favorite Italian native grapes.”
Insanely high praise from the legend. Could it even be possible that in the region that already boasts white wine rockstars- Fiano di Avellino and Greco di Tufo as well as restaurateur fan-favorite, Falanghina- there is yet another great to be discovered? Hold on to your foxtails folks.