Drinking and Pairing Greco di Tufo with FoodGreco di Tufo is one of a trio of dry, crisp, and medium-bodied white wines that includes Falanghina and Fiano di Avellino. These three are consumed habitually in their native region of Campania in Italy. As the name suggests, Greco di Tufo is likely of Greek origin and is common in the taverns and restaurants of Naples.
The wine is wonderful when paired with grilled prawns or fried calamari. The fertile volcanic soils of Mount Vesuvius supply Neapolitans with an array of fresh vegetables such as eggplant and zucchini, not to mention the DOP-protected San Marzano tomatoes, to which Greco di Tufo makes an ideal accompaniment.
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